Raz
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IPhone

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I know nothing about I Phones. If I buy one do I simply insert my exisitng SIM and keep my current mobile ph no.

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Drat
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If I buy one do I simply insert my exisitng SIM and keep my current mobile ph no.
The iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S handset models use micro-SIMs, so if your're currently using your “existing SIM” in a non-Apple branded handset purchased earlier than 2012, you'll most likely have to get your mobile service provider to swap it over for a new micro-SIM with the same mobile number, in order to use it in a new iPhone handset.
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Drat
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Re: IPhone


If I buy one do I simply insert my exisitng SIM and keep my current mobile ph no.
The iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S handset models use micro-SIMs, so if your're currently using your “existing SIM” in a non-Apple branded handset purchased earlier than 2012, you'll most likely have to get your mobile service provider to swap it over for a new micro-SIM with the same mobile number, in order to use it in a new iPhone handset.
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Departed from CrowdSupport as of 12 June 2013, when the fun factor for me had finally completely evaporated with all the recent site layout and functionality changes, and the apparent efforts to turn a community goodwill-powered vehicle into something closer to a customer service channel.

The opinions and sentiments expressed above are mine only, and do not necessarily reflect Telstra's views or position. I work at Telstra, but my participation here is strictly in a personal capacity as a fellow Australian telecommunications services consumer, and you can safely assume you are not my customer, client, patron, benefactor or friend when I post in this forum.

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