I've been with Rogers Pay As You Go since 2001. At that time, the package included a Motorola T120 (CDMA) phone that I bought.
In 2005, I was given a Nokia 6100 (GSM) while in Europe and when I got back home, I bought a SIM card, activated it and transfered whatever balance I had to my new phone.
Well after 9 years, I just got a new phone and it takes a microSIM card. My old phone, a Nokia 6100 uses a regular sized SIM card and my account has a balance on it that I want to switch to my new microSIM. No, I do not want to cut my card to fit.
Its been a while and I forgot what the procedure is. I will be heading to my local Rogers store for a microSIM, but could use some hlep for the rest of the "how-to".
Thanks in advance.
I forgot to ask one other important question.
Is it possible to maintain my old Nokia 6100 with the regular sized SIM card active on my Rogers Pay/Go phone number while my new phone with microSIM has been switched to my present service on the same phone number.
Basically 2 phones on the same phone number.
This way my mom can use the phone as well for emergency use, which is why I bought a cell phone in the first place. I realize with mom using it, my minutes or account balance will get used up as well.
Unfortunately no.. its one sim, per phone number, per account/minutes in that way
You could use the phone no prob.. but would need a new sim/plan.
Perhaps something like this would suit her though?
Both who have answered, thanks for your help.
I'll be heading down to the Rogers store after lunch.
Imagine...I got a new phone after 9 years. My girlfriend in Italy bought me my "unlocked" Nokia 6100 nine years ago as a present. Unlocked because I prefer using local SIM cards when I travel which I maintain for 15 Euros per year...none of this monthly silliness we have here.
My new phone is a Samsung ATIV S GT-i8750. I'm on a learning curve with it.
I will look into getting a SIM card overseas with a plan that allows some internet surfing. All I need it for is local weather and whatever else I can't think of right now.
Will I be able to install a "mobile" version of Skype on it? And I take it I can do that from my laptop via the micro USB cable to my ATIV S. I'll probably be posting more questions to those in the know, but in the appropriate forum folder down this site.