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  1. #1
    J&D Schnoor
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    I got a new i315 today and it replaced the old i530. The old sim went into
    the new i315 and the new sim card went in the old i530. The i530 will not
    even dial 911 now. Is that becasue the new sim has never been used?





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  2. #2
    Wirelessjuan
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    Re: Old i530 with new sim card


    "J&D Schnoor" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I got a new i315 today and it replaced the old i530. The old sim went into
    >the new i315 and the new sim card went in the old i530. The i530 will not
    >even dial 911 now. Is that becasue the new sim has never been used?
    >

    You got it. The NEW SIM from the i315 needs to be active in order to make
    any calls even 911 or you will get the "service restricted" error message.





  3. #3

    Re: Old i530 with new sim card

    On nearly the same idea, will an active 64k sim work at all if put into
    an i90?
    Will the i90 damage the sim in any way?
    Thanks
    Mike
    Oxford GA




  4. #4
    Racedvl
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    On nearly the same idea, will an active 64k sim work at all if put into
    an i90?
    Will the i90 damage the sim in any way?
    Thanks
    Mike
    Oxford GA
    The phone part of it will work, but you will not be able to use the phone book.



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