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SimCards are definitely meant to be transferred from one phone to another on GSM networks. You only need to ensure that the new blackberry you plan to get is "Global-Capable," meaning that it does have a physical slot for a SIM-Card, and if you plan on travelling Internationally, bue sure to contact your carrier prior to travel to have your phone provisioned correctly in the switch.
It's a clear and fully detailed guide on how to unlock a BlackBerry 8310 ' Curve :
1. Insert any sim card 2. Turn off all of the wireless connections 3. Go to Options 4. Select Advanced Options 5. Select SIM Card 6. Hit menu select show keyboard (if your BlackBerry have touchscreen) 7. Type MEPD ( you will not be able to see what you are typing ) 8. Type MEP2 or MEP4 ( you will not be able to see what you are typing ) 9. Now the phone will prompt you to enter the mep code 10. if you not already have the code, then i suggestBlackBerryMEP.COMto get it from . 11. Enter the mep code ( you should see "code accepted" ) 12. Restart your BlackBerry .