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qeisus
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old rogers phones reactivating

is it  possible to activatr an older rogers phone that was cut off years ago

 

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Pauly
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Re: old rogers phones reactivating

Yes.  Just an FYI, the phone and  the line are seperate. if you cancel the line, the phone will still function.  just the sim card inside it becomes cancelled, you can put a different sim card in the phone and it will continue to work.

 

Also i find it funny how u spelled Rodgers, when you had to type rogers.com to get to these forums.  go figure?



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Pauly
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Re: old rogers phones reactivating

Yes.  Just an FYI, the phone and  the line are seperate. if you cancel the line, the phone will still function.  just the sim card inside it becomes cancelled, you can put a different sim card in the phone and it will continue to work.

 

Also i find it funny how u spelled Rodgers, when you had to type rogers.com to get to these forums.  go figure?



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Re: old rogers phones reactivating


@qeisus wrote:

is it  possible to activatr an older rogers phone that was cut off years ago

 


As long as it is a phone that takes a SIM card, you just put your SIM card (provided it is compatible) into your older phone and it should work. I have done this in the past when my newer phone had to go in for repairs. 

 

BTW Pauly, you need to type communityforums.rogers.com to get to this forum as rogers.com will bring you to the main Rogers page. I would also not be so quick to point out the spelling errors of others! Smiley Wink