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is it ok to use two different sim cards in iPhone ?


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I am experimenting with an alternative Service Provider, i have two Sim Cards both fully paid up (so to speak), i wonder am i, doing more harm than good if i was to change them over often, would the phone remember all the different settings relevant to each card, or would i perhaps have to enter all the setting by hand every time, if so i won't bother !.

PS. At the moment i am using this "alternative Service Provider" sim card, on a different phone !.

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you should be able to load any sim card into it anytime you like...
you can with a Nokia so i would imagine the iPhone can do it also

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you should be able to load any sim card into it anytime you like...
you can with a Nokia so i would imagine the iPhone can do it also
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