How do I get a nano SIM with the same number O2?
Here are the ways to request a replacement sim:
- Ask in your local O2 store.
- If you’re a Pay Monthly customer, call customer services on 202 or chat to us online using live chat.
- If you’re a Pay As You Go customer, call Customer Services on 4445 (Pay As You Go), free from your O2 phone.
Can I get a nano SIM and keep my number?
Smartphones and tablets are now using either a nano, micro or mini SIM, which makes it difficult to simply transfer your SIM to a new phone. In order to use your existing mobile service on a new phone (that uses a different sized SIM), you will need to transfer your number onto a new SIM card.
Can I get a new SIM card and keep my old number?
Yes, simply tell them you lost the old one, or that it is beginning to malfunction. They will replace it with another and assign your existing number to it.
Can I just put old SIM card in new phone?
You can often switch your SIM card to a different phone, provided the phone is unlocked (meaning, it is not tied to a particular carrier or device) and the new phone will accept the SIM card. All you need to do is remove the SIM from the phone it is in currently, then place it into the new unlocked phone.
Can old sim cards be cut to nano?
It doesn’t matter wether you had an old phone with a regular-sized SIM card or a newer phone with Micro SIM – you can cut the SIM card to fit inside your new device in just a few minutes!
What is SIM swap O2?
You may want to swap your sim card if you’re changing phones and need a different sized sim – or if you need a sim with a 4G tariff. Once you’ve got a new sim from us, you can swap the number of your original sim to the new one by signing in to My O2 Business and going to My Account.
Do I need to swap my SIM when I upgrade O2?
If you’re already an O2 customer and you’ve upgraded your device, you might need a different sized sim. Don’t worry, we’ll send you a new sim and you’ll still be able to keep your contacts and existing number.
Can I keep my old number with a new SIM card?
Once you’ve given your PAC code to your new network, they’ll begin porting the number from your old SIM to your new SIM. This means that your old number will move to your new SIM on your new network. Keep your old SIM in your old phone for the time being, so you can make and receive calls and texts.