What is a triple SIM?

A multi-carrier GSM phone with two, three or four SIM cards. … Triple SIM and quad SIM phones support three and four carriers respectively.

What is o2 triple SIM?

The word ‘triple’ is referring to the SIM sizes. You can buy the sim and slot out of the fixture, whichever SIM would fit your phone. The SIM would be on the Big Bundle tariff o2.uk/uvNt8L.

Is there any triple SIM phone?

I KALL K555 Smart Series Triple Sim Mobile (2.8 inch, 3000 mAh Battery, Vibration) (Pink)

Do you have to top up every month on pay as you go?

Yes. If you choose a traditional Pay As You Go plan, there’s no need to top-up your phone every month. You’ll just need to keep your SIM card active which normally means using it for a chargeable activity at least once every 180 days.

Is three a good network?

Solid, reliable and reasonably competitive: that’s Three. It’s not the cheapest mobile network, but then the major providers rarely are. You can get unlimited mobile data on selected plans and there are some nice extras around streaming video and audio and roaming abroad benefits.

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How do you use two SIM cards in the same phone?

Dual SIM Cell Phones

  1. Locate the cell phone’s dual SIM card slots. …
  2. Insert both SIM cards into the dual SIM card slots and reassemble the phone as necessary. …
  3. Turn on the phone. …
  4. Enable the SIM card you wish to use to place and receive calls.

Do SIM cards expire if not used?

On most mainstream mobile networks, your credit will never expire providing your SIM card remains active. … Your SIM card will be cancelled automatically if you haven’t used it for a certain amount of time (between 84 days and 270 days depending on the network).

How long does 3 pay as you go credit last?

On Three, your Pay As You Go credit will never expire providing you keep the SIM card active by using it at least once every 180 days.

Is pay as you go being phased out?

The telecoms giant announced it will axe its ‘classic’ PAYG and international sim cards for new customers, although existing ones will still be able to top-up. The move comes after Virgin Media announced it would be stopping PAYG.

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