on 20-06-2012 14:30
Have upgraded yesturday to an S3 from a HTC Desire, (still awaiting delivery), so I've got a couple of questions:
1 - Does it require a microsim?
2 - If yes, will one come packaged with the phone and continue my mobile number?
3 - If not, what do I have to do to get one and retain my number.
On a side note if anyone has upgraded from the desire to S3, could they please tell me how there getting on, i.e. moving stuff over, phone performance etc....
Thanks for your help
on 20-06-2012 15:01
No, it will not come in the box - you have to request it (don't ask me why!!) Call CS to check as this was the case with the first upgrades that got sent out.
You will find the S3 much faster than the Desire and with many more "tricks" which will take some time to find all of them. Transfer of data etc should be straight forward and easy as both run on Android platform so all is compatible. Any apps you had on Desire can be added to S3 also. If you log into your Google play account and click on "My Apps" you will see all your apps listed for ease of finding them.
on 20-06-2012 23:13
Thanks MI5 for your reply, Luckily requested a microsim at the same time as submitting the question. Whats the deal with transferring the mobile number over to it though?
Mainly I'm looking forward to a phone with more internal storage than an early 90's computer. And as a warning to desire owners still, I have recently noticed a drop off pf 'in call volume' even when its on its highest.
on 21-06-2012 08:20
Whats the deal with transferring the mobile number over to it though?
When your new SIM arrives you will need to call CS with the SIM details (number printed on the SIM card) and they will move your phone number over to it. It can take upto 24 hours for the change over to complete and it is best to turn your phone off and on a few times as it usually requires a boot to activate the new SIM.
on 21-06-2012 13:57
http://swapmysim.o2.co.uk/ handy online tool to do the sim swap.
You can always get a microsim in advance from an o2 shop use the form and only push out the full size sim then when the new phone arrives push out the microsim section and ready to go.
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