Transfer your Straight Talk service to the new SIM card.
This is Bob Thompson’s smartphone problem. You want to transfer your current Straight talk phone number and remaining service balance to a new phone or SIM card. You want to know that you can use this. In this article, I’ll show you how to do this. I’ve been asked a lot about smartphones, so I think I’ll write this article and tell you how to do it.
I have my iPhone 6 and I’m using the AT&T traight talk network. I’m going to transfer my service to a new Straight talk. When I’m done, I want to continue using AT&T’s Straight talk network. I want to continue using my iPhone 6. Here I’m going to transfer my service to a new Straight talk AT&T. Nano SIM card now.
Usually if I want to continue using Straight talk 18T and my new phone also uses nano SIM, I move the SIM card. Usually the only reason you need to transfer the service to a new SIM card is because you want to change it to another Straight talk, or your new phone uses different sizes of SIM cards from your old phone.
Before we start, I’d like to mention that you should have an account on direct com. If you don’t, you should continue to create one. Once you log into your account, you’ll see your phone listed in the current device section. Let me tell you how to transfer your service.
Now, I’ll show you how to transfer your current through phone number, keep your service balance to a new SIM card via Straighttalk com, select Activate, bring your own phone or device, click Activate, then click I have a SIM card, click Select, and now enter the SIM card number printed on the front of the plastic card. Your SIM card has been entered, carefully a very long number, for security reasons, my SIM card number is hidden.
Click Continue and Keep My Number, Click Select, Now Enter Your Current Straight Talk Number, Click Continue, Now you will see that they have recognized that I am now an active Straight
Talk customer, so I can log into my account, enter your email and password here, and then have Click Log in with information about your new device, and you’ll see the new phone or device and the serial number you entered earlier.
For security reasons, choose an optional nickname for the new SIM. I’ll select the new iPhone 6. Now in this section, you’ll see three options for your current device. These are other direct, call devices. I’ve set up my account. I’d like to transfer my current phone number and keep it from my iph. One 6 service to the new SIM card, so I will ensure that the project has been selected.
Then I’ll click Submit, and now you’ll see some activation instructions on the screen. When the phone stops working, insert the new SIM card into the new phone, close the phone and reopen it, make one, then call and update your settings.
Now I’m going back to my desk, installing a SIM card on my mobile phone, and now I’m back at my desk, and there’s my iPhone on the desktop, and you’ll see that I’m not serving immediately after I transfer the service to a new SIM card on the website, which becomes unserviced, so I can take the old SIM card out of here.
Now I need to take the new SIM card off the plastic card and put it in the phone, so let me do this. I installed the SIM card in the tray, and I’ve installed it in the phone, so the phone still exists saying there’s no sim, and now it says there’s no service, you can see it, switch TFW.
So I’m going to turn off my Wi-Fi, I’m going to run the browser, we’ll see that I can access Straight talk, so my network works, my service is 3G, I’m going to restart my phone, my phone restarts, and you can see I have an LTE connection right now.
If I browse the Web and I have an LTE connection, let’s make sure I get a call, I have this other phone, so I’ll call my iPhone, and you can see I’ve received a phone call, so I’ve successfully transferred my current phone number and maintained my service balance to the new Direct 18 TC M, it is working in my iPhone 6.
I’ll make sure that MMS is working, but I’m sure it will be OK. I think this article will be helpful. I hope you find it useful. Thank you for reading.