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Topic # 79013 11-Mar-2011 22:50
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I am going to be heading over to Auckland in a couple of weeks, but I was hoping to organise a mobile number and business cards (with said mobile number printed on them) before I arrive. Last time I bought an Australian SIM card it had the mobile number that would be associated with it in with the paperwork, but I just got another one today and it doesn't. I had planned to get a new unactivated 2 Degrees SIM shipped over to me, but if there is no way for me to be assigned a number prior to arriving and calling up to activate, then I won't bother.

TL;DR Can I find out the number associated with a new 2deg SIM either from the paperwork that comes with it or over the net, without calling up to activate?

Thanks

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  Reply # 447709 11-Mar-2011 23:08
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The number is printed on the outside of the SIM




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  Reply # 447724 12-Mar-2011 01:22
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Brilliant, I've just orded up a SIM.

Thanks muchly.

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