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  1. #1
    Trev Tyler
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    Hi,

    Does anybody know if it is possible to buy a twin sim adaptor for the
    Ericsson T610


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  2. #2
    Whytoi
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    Re: T610 Twin Sim

    In article <%GT9b.66$%[email protected]>, Trev Tyler
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Does anybody know if it is possible to buy a twin sim adaptor for the
    > Ericsson T610


    Ghost SIM holder for the T68 should fit T610. It'll be a tight squeez.



  3. #3
    Dan Altemyr
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    Re: T610 Twin Sim


    "Trev Tyler" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:%GT9b.66$%[email protected]
    >
    > Hi,
    >
    > Does anybody know if it is possible to buy a twin sim adaptor for the
    > Ericsson T610
    >
    >

    Twin SIM holders are not always the best solution, even though I can
    understand the need for it. Using a twin card adapter may cause some
    problems. For example, if you have the phonelock protection mode set to
    "Automatic", which means that you are prompted for a phone PIN code every
    time the SIM card is changed, you will have to enter that code every time
    you switch the telephone on, because that's the way to switch SIM cards.
    Also, a number of functions in the phone, such as voice dial, images
    connected to calling number, received SMS:es etc. are erased every time the
    SIM card is swapped.
    A better method is to use the type of SIM cards that can hold two separate
    phone numbers, which is provided by some operators. You select which number
    to use at startup by entering different SIM PIN codes, I think.
    An even better solution is to use only one SIM, or to have two phones ;-)


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  4. #4
    Whytoi
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    Re: T610 Twin Sim

    In article <[email protected]>, Dan Altemyr
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > A better method is to use the type of SIM cards that can hold two separate
    > phone numbers, which is provided by some operators. You select which number
    > to use at startup by entering different SIM PIN codes, I think.
    > An even better solution is to use only one SIM, or to have two phones ;-)


    For many, the reason for having two SIMs is to take advantage of the
    differing phone rates at different times of the week or to have two
    SIMs for different countries. And they tend to be different carriers.
    So a dual number SIM from the same carrier doesn't work in these cases.



  5. #5
    Dan Altemyr
    Guest

    Re: T610 Twin Sim


    "Whytoi" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    news:170920032140500311%[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>, Dan Altemyr
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > A better method is to use the type of SIM cards that can hold two

    separate
    > > phone numbers, which is provided by some operators. You select which

    number
    > > to use at startup by entering different SIM PIN codes, I think.
    > > An even better solution is to use only one SIM, or to have two phones

    ;-)
    >
    > For many, the reason for having two SIMs is to take advantage of the
    > differing phone rates at different times of the week or to have two
    > SIMs for different countries. And they tend to be different carriers.
    > So a dual number SIM from the same carrier doesn't work in these cases.


    I'm aware of this, the major disadvantage with a dual number SIM is that it
    is very unlikely that you can get one with numbers from different network
    operators, but I still think that one should be aware of the disadvantages
    too. The phones are simply not designed for usage of dual-sim adapters, at
    least not in general, and the adapters are produced by other than the
    producers of the phones, and the compatibility is not 100%. There might be
    warranty issues also. There are, or at least has been, a couple of phone
    models that do have two SIM sockets built-in from start, maybe that would be
    something instead. It seems like the telephone manufacturers are not
    iterested in this dual-sim concept, however, maybe they want to sell an
    extra phone insted?

    Oterwise, in my belief, the major reason for having more than one SIM is
    that you want to separate your private life from your work i.e. one "work"
    number and one for private use. It might also be that the employer pays for
    the "work" number. At least that's the situation for me, and that's why I
    have two SIM cards, and after having swapped SIM cards for a while, with the
    disadvantages of loosing messages and voice dial marks, and even risked to
    damage one or both SIMs, I have ended up with two phones.

    --
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