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Lizi
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Is it possible to add an extra number to my phone contract using just one phone
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No that's not possible @Lizi 

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@Lizi 

Yes you do this by going to My O2 and Bring in Products

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What about if the number is not currently in O2. Basically I have a new O2 contract and phone. I have brought in one number from a different provider and wonder if I can bring in another number from another provider to the same phone, thus saving me the need to have two phones?

 

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No that's not possible @Lizi 

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OK thanks

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No problem @Lizi 

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@Lizi 

It is possible if you ave a dual sim phone.

Many phones these days have that ability.

What phone do you currently have?

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iPhone 11

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@Lizi wrote:

iPhone 11


Which is dual sim. However on a previous post you said you had one number and brought in another from a different provider? (Unless I misunderstood)

 

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@Lizi wrote:

iPhone 11


OK, so you need to change one number to an esim and have the other number as a physical sim.

You can then have two numbers on one phone.

The get an eSim you need to ask O2 Guide: Coronavirus Community Help and Support or pop into your local O2 store.

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