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Hi just received my new iPhone 7 plus upgraded from 6s I have received a sim

Hi just received new phone upgrade to 7 plus from 6s the new phone has come with a new SIM card  do I use that or old one keeping same number etc but now on EE max plan 

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Re: Hi just received my new iPhone 7 plus upgraded from 6s I have received a s

Hello @Suzannesharp3 a SIM swap is only necessary when the old SIM card is faulty, damaged or the incorrect size for the new device. If your current nano SIM card is still working you can continue using it. 🙂

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Re: Hi just received my new iPhone 7 plus upgraded from 6s I have received a s

Hello @Suzannesharp3 a SIM swap is only necessary when the old SIM card is faulty, damaged or the incorrect size for the new device. If your current nano SIM card is still working you can continue using it. 🙂

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Re: Hi just received my new iPhone 7 plus upgraded from 6s I have received a sim

Great answer @Profile closed

 

Hope that takes care of your query @Suzannesharp3

 

Enjoy the iPhone 7+

 

Richard

 

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Re: Hi just received my new iPhone 7 plus upgraded from 6s I have received a s

Thankyou for your help 


@Tom222 wrote:

Hello @Suzannesharp3 a SIM swap is only necessary when the old SIM card is faulty, damaged or the incorrect size for the new device. If your current nano SIM card is still working you can continue using it. 🙂


 

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Re: Hi just received my new iPhone 7 plus upgraded from 6s I have received a s

You are welcome @Suzannesharp3 come back to the community anytime if there is anything else you would like to know. 🙂

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