Question about Cell Phones
If they are on your sim card, they should be there automatically, whatever phone you put your card into. You might have to go into 'sim' to transfer onto your phone. You can also bluetooth them to your new phone, you shouldn't need a sim card in the phone you are transferring from for this. If you have any teenagers around ask for their help, they just seem to be able to do all this techno stuff without referring to manuals. Hope this is somewhat helpful, goodluck.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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