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  1. #1
    Christopher Kintz
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    Okay, here's the thing...

    ....a friend of mine is offering to sell me his old i730 phone (he
    moved up to the new i860) for cheap. I still have an old i60c phone
    which has served me well, but is getting a little gray in the hair.

    When he updated to the i860, he took his SIM card out and moved it to
    the new phone, so the i730 doesn't have a SIM card in it any more.

    How difficult would it be for me to transfer all my info and settings
    to the i730? Is it really as easy as just transferring my SIM card
    from the i60c to the i730?



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  2. #2
    Elizabeth Go
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    The i60 c sim card is not fully compatible with the i730 phone. You will be able to make calls but some features of the i730 will not be fully functional..ex: contact lists. You can swap your contact info by using address book feature which is $5 and needs to be added to your acct or you can go to a service center. I can't say what a service center will charge for the info transfer from sim to sim



  3. #3
    Mike Callery
    Guest

    Re: Transferring from i60c to i730?

    You can likely find a 3 digit SIM on eBay. Then, put it in the phone, bring
    it to a Nextel place and act like you really don't know how these things
    work, that you want to move your contacts across and then look at some
    accessories for your new i730. The salesman, if he's like mine, will likely
    be happy to get some potential sales and will use the handy dandy Nextel
    supplied SIM upgrade device to copy your two-digit SIM over to the
    three-digit SIM and your set. That's basicaly how I played this out going
    from an i58 to my i730.


    "Christopher Kintz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Okay, here's the thing...
    >
    > ...a friend of mine is offering to sell me his old i730 phone (he
    > moved up to the new i860) for cheap. I still have an old i60c phone
    > which has served me well, but is getting a little gray in the hair.
    >
    > When he updated to the i860, he took his SIM card out and moved it to
    > the new phone, so the i730 doesn't have a SIM card in it any more.
    >
    > How difficult would it be for me to transfer all my info and settings
    > to the i730? Is it really as easy as just transferring my SIM card
    > from the i60c to the i730?






  4. #4
    Allyssia Atkinson
    Guest

    Re: Transferring from i60c to i730?

    You can also purchase a product called the Contact Copier, from any local
    retailer or telesales. It's retails for $14.99, and allows you to transfer
    the information from a 2-digit to 2-digit, 2-digit to 3-digit, or a 3-digit
    to 3-digit SIM card in less than one minute.

    It looks like a miniature pocket calculator, with a sliding tray that holds
    both SIM cards. It's the easier way, since it's completely reusable, and it
    makes an exact copy of the information.


    "Mike Callery" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > You can likely find a 3 digit SIM on eBay. Then, put it in the phone,
    > bring it to a Nextel place and act like you really don't know how these
    > things work, that you want to move your contacts across and then look at
    > some accessories for your new i730. The salesman, if he's like mine, will
    > likely be happy to get some potential sales and will use the handy dandy
    > Nextel supplied SIM upgrade device to copy your two-digit SIM over to the
    > three-digit SIM and your set. That's basicaly how I played this out going
    > from an i58 to my i730.
    >
    >
    > "Christopher Kintz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Okay, here's the thing...
    >>
    >> ...a friend of mine is offering to sell me his old i730 phone (he
    >> moved up to the new i860) for cheap. I still have an old i60c phone
    >> which has served me well, but is getting a little gray in the hair.
    >>
    >> When he updated to the i860, he took his SIM card out and moved it to
    >> the new phone, so the i730 doesn't have a SIM card in it any more.
    >>
    >> How difficult would it be for me to transfer all my info and settings
    >> to the i730? Is it really as easy as just transferring my SIM card
    >> from the i60c to the i730?

    >
    >






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