Question about AT&T Blackberry Curve 8300 Smartphone
Do I place all my phone numbers under sim and then place it in my new phone?
Yes I believe so. Most phones these days store all the numbers in the phone and you must manually transfer them to the sim card. Then by putting the sim card in your new phone you will have your numbers. You can generally then transfer the numbers to your new phone, as it is handy to have them in more places than less. This way you have the freedom to change sim cards but always have access to those numbers for example.
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this problem is due the sim space may be u have 32k or16 k sim . so memory is nt enough to save all the contacts - so do these things to solve ur problem ..
1) if u have an alternative sim which is 64 k sim then copy all the contacts in that sim then transfer them to ur required phone afterwards ...
2) if u any other alternate phone than transfer half the contacts in first atempt than transfer rest the contacts in other atempt...
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