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mrslegoloser
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we already have 3 phone bills with o2 but now we want to get a sim for our daughter and my mum said she would pay for it. how can we purchase the sim but have it with different banking details?

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Cleoriff
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Hi @mrslegoloser

Yes you can. When you get the phone/sim/contract you just add your mothers bank details instead of your own.

I have just done this for my grandson as a joint birthday and christmas present. He has the phone and I pay the bill from my bank.

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Cleoriff
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Hi @mrslegoloser

Yes you can. When you get the phone/sim/contract you just add your mothers bank details instead of your own.

I have just done this for my grandson as a joint birthday and christmas present. He has the phone and I pay the bill from my bank.

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mrslegoloser
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so we can have 2 different bank account details on here? sorry for seeming dim. im not hot on this sort of thing

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It’s easy to do as per the comment above 

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Cleoriff
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Hi @mrslegoloser

Which bank you pay from is of no interest to O2. As long as the payment is collected on time each month with no problems.

For instance I have 3 different bank accounts,  which means in theory, I could have 3 phones all paid from a different account.

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Hi @mrslegoloser, I hope the info @Cleoriff & @Anonymous shared above help you set up your daughter's SIM as you'd like! If you have any additional questions, let us know smiling

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