Question about Cell Phones
If you have a SIM card all of your phone information will follow the SIM card.
IE: you can remove your SIM card and that phone will no longer function, and whatever you put it in will then have your phone number and contacts
(your contacts may be stored on the phone's internal memory, not the SIM card, so if they don't transfer that's why)
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
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