Question about Nokia 1600 Cellular Phone
As long as your second phone is not locked to a network that is different to your sim card, simply remove the back cover, removed the battery and swap the sim card.
If the second phone is sim-locked to a different network, you will need to get it unlocked
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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