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Nokia 9300 & 3 Sim Card

Contributor
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Nokia 9300 & 3 Sim Card

Hi All,
I have just bought a Nokia 9300 and would like a bit of help plse! My friend said that my '3' sim card would work in it as it is unlocked to any network. It says sim card rejected. Is there any way around this for it to work?
Mobile Visionary
nj7_
Posts: 1,764

Re: Nokia 9300 & 3 Sim Card

If is an unlock device,should work. Check also if the SIM is an old version... Trade that SIM with a new one from the operator.
Contributor
Posts: 3

Re: Nokia 9300 & 3 Sim Card


17-Jul-200707:30 PM
nj7_ wrote:
If is an unlock device,should work. Check also if the SIM is an old version... Trade that SIM with a new one from the operator.

Just spoke to '3' who advised if they sent out a new sim this would not make any difference? Any other ideas?
Professor
bigguy
Posts: 579

Re: Nokia 9300 & 3 Sim Card

The 9300 is not a 3G phone. You will need a standard GSM sim card for this phone and to the best of my knowledge 3 do not offer these. Although I could be corrected.
Contributor
Posts: 3

Re: Nokia 9300 & 3 Sim Card

Hi, thanks I think your right, 3 customer services mentioned something about that, thanks for your help!
Registered Member
Posts: 1

Re: Nokia 9300 & 3 Sim Card

I don't know how true that is,  my 3g phone died a while back and I used my old nokia (which is not a 3g phone) and the 3g sim card worked fine in it.
Sage
wilson63
Posts: 257

Re: Nokia 9300 & 3 Sim Card

Hi, exactly, a 3G SIM will work perfectly in a dual GSM 2G phone, you can even connect to GPRS.