Transfer contacts from one SIM card to another SIM card

  maltose 21:25 01 Nov 2012
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Hi, I have just bought a samsung galaxy y to replace my old Nokia. Can I, without causing any damage, do the following:-? 1. Put the Nokia card in the samsung. 2. Import/Export the contact list from the nokia card to the samsung 3. Replace the samsung SIM card in the samsung and copy from the phone to the card.

  morddwyd 09:58 02 Nov 2012

Don't know the Nokia, but is there a reason why you simply can't just swap the SIM card from one phone to another, as is normal (for me)?

  maltose 10:05 02 Nov 2012

Thank you morddwyd for your query. If I merely swap SIM cards then I certainly will have my old contacts in the new phone but I will also have my old PAYG contract in the new phone. So both that PAYG and my new monthly contract will be live. I will be paying twice!

  siouxah1 17:43 02 Nov 2012

Are they both Bluetooth enabled?

If so I believe that there is a way to transfer your contacts via Bluetooth.

Can't remember how,long time ago, but it was from Nokia C2 to galaxy ace.

  siouxah1 17:46 02 Nov 2012

Try this for starters.

http://www.ehow.com/how4817958transfer-contacts-bluetooth.html

  siouxah1 17:49 02 Nov 2012

Sorry, but you will need to copy and paste the above URL

  morddwyd 20:04 02 Nov 2012

Sorry, maltose, I though when you said bought a new phone you had done just that.

Didn't realise you had changed contracts too.

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