When you join 1pMobile, we will send you a free SIM card in the post. Our triple SIM has all SIM types on one card. So whether you need a standard, micro or nano sized SIM, you can just pop out the one you need. In order for your SIM to work, you will need to activate it. Once activated, it will work in any unlocked 2G, 3G or 4G phone.
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) code enables secure access to the SIM card and network. So, if you lose your phone or it is stolen, you can protect it from misuse by using your PIN code to lock your SIM. This means you will need to enter the PIN code each time you turn on your phone.
When enabling SIM lock, your phone will prompt you to enter a PIN code. This can be found on the plastic card you received containing your 1pMobile SIM. Be aware that SIM cards lock after more than three incorrect PIN entries and your phone will display ‘Enter PUK’. In order to unlock your SIM, simply enter the PUK code which can be found on the plastic card you received containing your 1pMobile SIM.
Log in to your 1pMobile account and activate your SIM by entering the six-digit activation code you received with your SIM card. The activation code is listed on the paper letter in this Welcome Pack.
The phone balance will say £0 until activation is complete, when your balance will appear. Therefore, you may find that you are not able to use your phone for a short period, (usually less than 1 hour).
Once you have activated turn your phone off and on again. It should automatically register on our network, listed as either '1pMobile', 'EE', 'Club', 'Plus', 'Orange' or 'T-Mobile' on your phone. If it doesn't, you may need to switch off the automatic network selection on your phone and perform a manual search.
If you dial 150 from your mobile phone, you will be able to hear the amount of credit you have on your phone. There is no charge to use this service.
If your SIM card is too big, it won’t fit in the slot of your phone. If it’s too small, it might get stuck or not connect.
Here at 1pMobile, we send out a triple SIM. The SIM starts at the standard size and you can push the card out to make two other sizes - micro and nano - to suit your needs.
If you keep the parts to the triple SIM and need a larger size later, just pop the smaller card back into the larger piece and you’re good to go!
Transferring contacts to an Apple device
You can transfer information from your current device to your iPhone or iPad, even if you're coming to Apple from Android, BlackBerry or Windows.
Follow the steps below to back up your messages, email accounts, photos, notes, and other personal settings, and restore the backup to your iPhone.
Transferring contacts to an Android device
Transferring contacts to a Windows device
Transferring contacts, files and media from a BlackBerry device
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