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Changing back to original SIM card?

Average Joe
Posts: 4
‎18-03-2015 10:36 PM
I inherited an iPhone and thought I had to get a 'special' SIM card and requested on from you. I received it but after I had discussed the situation with an iPhone/iPad operator. He said he could adjust my original SIM card to fit my 'new' phone. He did that and my iPhone was working. When I got home your new SIM card had arrived with the message to put in the activation code (MP2NNZ). Without thinking, and seeing your message on my screen I put in the code. Now I have no service. My question is: is it possible to undo the code you gave me and let me get back to my original sim. So sorry to give you this problem. I feel so stupid! Rosemary
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Re: Changing back to original SIM card?

Anon
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‎19-03-2015 01:44 AM
Hi Rosemary, not too sure if this is possible!

Please try a different SIM card in the phone to make sure it's not permanently bricked.

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Re: Changing back to original SIM card?

Anon
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‎19-03-2015 01:44 AM
Hi Rosemary, not too sure if this is possible!

Please try a different SIM card in the phone to make sure it's not permanently bricked.
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The Legend
Posts: 13,760
‎19-03-2015 09:09 AM

Contact 48 support and they may be able to switch you back to the original SIM.

 

http://www.48months.ie/help#ask-a-48-agent

 

Hope this helps.



I am not a 48 employee so if you need to contact 48 support then use option 3 or the chat facility here.
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Average Joe
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‎26-03-2015 09:44 AM
Yes, thanks. I did exactly that and all is well again. (I put in different SIM card) Rosemary
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The Legend
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‎26-03-2015 09:56 AM

Glad you got it sorted.



I am not a 48 employee so if you need to contact 48 support then use option 3 or the chat facility here.
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