on 02-05-2012 11:53
I bought the Blackberry 9900 about 8 months ago and, well, lets just say I'm not that massively impressed with it so far.
A friend is selling his O2 iPhone4S and I was wondering if I were to buy it, would my Blackberry Sim be an easy transfer to the iPhone4S? I'm more than willing to buy the phone from him and just, leave my Blackberry or sell it.
Would O2 let me do the transfer sim and would the internet/calls/sms etc work on the iPhone4S? Also is it contractually viable, am I allowed to sell the Blackberry on as long as I keep the contract?
P.s. The contract is perfect, 500mb download etc, would any extra costs be incurred like an iPhone bolt on?
on 02-05-2012 12:01
1 Get a micro sim from an o2 shop.
2 Use the swapmysim form to transfer number to micro sim in my iphone links in signature
3 only push out full size sim until you have the iphone.
4 Get iphone and push out micro sim activate iphone.
5 Ring o2 and swap data to iphone data from bb data
Job done should cost you nothing and no change in monthly fee.
You can do what you want with the bb after the swap
iPad Air 2 wifi-4g 64gb refresh
My first mobile was in 1995 a CM-R111 from sony on Cellnet.
Henstridge Rural South Somerset (Fringe outdoor 4g now part of the 91% coverage outdoor)
on 06-07-2012 11:41
on 16-07-2012 15:49
on 16-07-2012 16:27
That is a problem which affects all legacy tariffs unfortunately. If I chang phone or tariff the same would apply to me as the tariffs are not transferrable and no longer available to new customers.