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Can I get a new pay as you go phone...but keep my same number???

Can I get a new pay as you go phone...but keep my same number???

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StrangeDrummer wrote:

Can I get a new pay as you go phone...but keep my same number???


Hello StrangeDrummer,

 

Yes, you can.  Just flip the SIM to the new phone, and you should be good-to-go.

 

If your SIM is locked onto the current GoPhone, check this thread ("SIM Invalid"):  http://forums.att.com/t5/Prepaid/Invaild-Sim/td-p/2887787

 

Your terms of service (talk/text/data) on the existing GoPhone will move with the SIM.

 

Hope that helps.  Others may add to this.

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StrangeDrummer wrote:

Can I get a new pay as you go phone...but keep my same number???


Hello StrangeDrummer,

 

Yes, you can.  Just flip the SIM to the new phone, and you should be good-to-go.

 

If your SIM is locked onto the current GoPhone, check this thread ("SIM Invalid"):  http://forums.att.com/t5/Prepaid/Invaild-Sim/td-p/2887787

 

Your terms of service (talk/text/data) on the existing GoPhone will move with the SIM.

 

Hope that helps.  Others may add to this.


StrangeDrummer wrote:

Can I get a new pay as you go phone...but keep my same number???


Hello StrangeDrummer,

 

Yes, you can.  Just flip the SIM to the new phone, and you should be good-to-go.

 

If your SIM is locked onto the current GoPhone, check this thread ("SIM Invalid"):  http://forums.att.com/t5/Prepaid/Invaild-Sim/td-p/2887787

 

Your terms of service (talk/text/data) on the existing GoPhone will move with the SIM.

 

Hope that helps.  Others may add to this.

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Yep, it's as simple as that - just move your existing SIM card (assuming it is still active) into your new phone and you can keep your same phone number and everything. Smiley Happy

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Yep, it's as simple as that - just move your existing SIM card (assuming it is still active) into your new phone and you can keep your same phone number and everything. Smiley Happy

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Awesome!!! Thanks!!!!!

Awesome!!! Thanks!!!!!

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StrangeDrummer wrote:

Awesome!!! Thanks!!!!!


Great StrangeDrummer.  Just a mild reminder not to forget to mark "solved".  Thanks!


StrangeDrummer wrote:

Awesome!!! Thanks!!!!!


Great StrangeDrummer.  Just a mild reminder not to forget to mark "solved".  Thanks!

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You're welcome.

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You're welcome.

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