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Can you sell an upgrad handset? help please

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ok guys a new thread with a new title i received my upgrade today from orange and i dont really like it so i intend to sell it, but im a bit confused (easily done) i agreed to a new contract … Read More
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
ok guys a new thread with a new title

i received my upgrade today from orange and i dont really like it

so i intend to sell it, but im a bit confused (easily done)

i agreed to a new contract which is fine but they sent a new sim, and i have to call to activate, i guess this is to activate the new contract, not the handset?

if i sell the phone do i need to use the new sim in my current phone and activate it?

thanks :)
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
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banned#1
if it is for a new contract yes you will need to activate the new sim with the new number, you can do what ya like with the phone as long as you dont cancel the contract (which you cant do anyway)
#2
you can sell the phone as its your property, if you cancel contracts after 7 days you have to pay off the remaining contractual time left not the price of the handset, why dont you just send it back and get an different one, you have 7 days cooling off period on contracts, but most networks change handsets rather than have a contract cancelled, tmobile always tell me if i dont like a phone i can change it.
banned#3
loupomm
ok guys a new thread with a new title

i received my upgrade today from orange and i dont really like it

so i intend to sell it, but im a bit confused (easily done)

i agreed to a new contract which is fine but they sent a new sim, and i have to call to activate, i guess this is to activate the new contract, not the handset?

if i sell the phone do i need to use the new sim in my current phone and activate it?

thanks :)


dunno about orange , but I had an upgrade from Voda and it was a total pants upgrade, I rang told them it was pants and not suitable for work etc and sent it back and got the phone I wanted :-D
#4
i had a contract with orange so its an upgrade but i had to agree to a new 18 month contract, i will keep the contract, just not the handset, but do i need to activate the new sim or can i continue with my existing?

i was guessing the new sim was the new contract?
#5
dog_cop
dunno about orange , but I had an upgrade from Voda and it was a total pants upgrade, I rang told them it was pants and not suitable for work etc and sent it back and got the phone I wanted :-D


im being greedy and want to sell it :whistling:

its the sim im confused about!
banned#6
loupomm
im being greedy and want to sell it :whistling:

its the sim im confused about!


Ah greed one of the seven deadly sins :whistling:
#7
dog_cop
Ah greed one of the seven deadly sins :whistling:



:thumbsup:

one of my qualities :)
#8
loupomm
i had a contract with orange so its an upgrade but i had to agree to a new 18 month contract, i will keep the contract, just not the handset, but do i need to activate the new sim or can i continue with my existing?

i was guessing the new sim was the new contract?


your new sim is probably just an updated vertion of your old one. If you keeping the same mobile number you should be fine with your old sim but TBH I would activate the new one to help cut down on glitches. I can't think of any other reason why the would send you a new sim :thinking:
#9
orange send a new sim with every new phone wish tmobile did mines over 12 years old grrr guy in the tmobile shop didnt know what it was when he saw it lol, i think you need to activate the new sim and put it in the handset you are going to use. what handset did you get as my upgrades due and cant decide what to get then i will know not to get the same :)
#10
jennybubbles
your new sim is probably just an updated vertion of your old one. If you keeping the same mobile number you should be fine with your old sim but TBH I would activate the new one to help cut down on glitches. I can't think of any other reason why the would send you a new sim :thinking:


thats what i thought, just to change over to the new contract maybe?
#11
traceym
orange send a new sim with every new phone wish tmobile did mines over 12 years old grrr guy in the tmobile shop didnt know what it was when he saw it lol, i think you need to activate the new sim and put it in the handset you are going to use. what handset did you get as my upgrades due and cant decide what to get then i will know not to get the same :)



i got the samsung u600, nice phone but i dont like the buttons, thing is, i dont know which i want lol,

so do i have to you the new sim or can i continue with my original?
#12
traceym
orange send a new sim with every new phone wish tmobile did mines over 12 years old grrr guy in the tmobile shop didnt know what it was when he saw it lol, i think you need to activate the new sim and put it in the handset you are going to use. what handset did you get as my upgrades due and cant decide what to get then i will know not to get the same :)

PHone t-mobile tell them yer sims 12 years old they'll send you a new one foc. If they give you any gip just say yer fone is accationally turning itself off and cutting out. You've tried the same sim in anothet tmobile handset and the same thing happened, you tried another sim in your handset and it was fine.
#13
It's not a Sony Ericsson K810i in white is it Lou ?
If so I could be interested if you're selling :)


lol cancel that just seen up there
#14
loupomm
i got the samsung u600, nice phone but i dont like the buttons, thing is, i dont know which i want lol,

so do i have to you the new sim or can i continue with my original?

USe the origonal and keep the new one as a spare incase you ever loose it.
#15
hottoshop
It's not a Sony Ericsson K810i in white is it Lou ?
If so I could be interested if you're selling :)



no its a sapphire blue u600 :thumbsup:
#16
i would activate the new one in the old handset, try the nokia 6500 not a bad phone depending on what you want it for :)
#17
Crossed posts ! but thanks anyway :)
#18
jennybubbles
USe the origonal and keep the new one as a spare incase you ever loose it.



thank you :)

not using the sim in the new handset doesnt block it does it?

i dont want to sell it on and cause anyone grief :?
#19
traceym
i would activate the new one in the old handset, try the nokia 6500 not a bad phone depending on what you want it for :)



mostly texting

pics and bluetooth mainly

:thumbsup:
#20
tried that a while ago jenny but they cancel your current sim whilst they send a new one out takes upto 3 working days, i have 2 lines but one is business and other personal and would be lost without either :(
#21
traceym
tried that a while ago jenny but they cancel your current sim whilst they send a new one out takes upto 3 working days, i have 2 lines but one is business and other personal and would be lost without either :(

Damn yeah I had forgotten about that. You could divert your calls from one to another but that would work out very expensive so probably not ideal
#22
other option is to go into a branch of tmobile and pay a tenner, i think after being with them since they were mercury, its a bit of a joke,
#23
you should return it and get a samsung g600 or something which is pricy and can self for more.

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