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    ive been wondering

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    What happens if I edit my sim phone number? Anyone have any experience on this. Thanx yall
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    Re: ive been wondering

    i dont think anythin will happen, other than maybe your call not making it out of the network...
    sims also have their own id number
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    I'm gonna try it and see what happens. What's the worse that can happen? ****suspense music plays in background****

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    Re: ive been wondering

    ej let me know what happens

    im getting curious now
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    Re: ive been wondering

    Ok so here is what happened. I changed the number to my brring.com phone number and nothing bad happened. I could still make and receive calls. People still saw my original number when I called them. The only noticeable difference that I saw was when I called my brring.com to check my account it called my t-mobile voicemail instead. So this is the conclusion that I have come to. I'd you change your sum phone number to a different one it really doesn't do anything crazy except changes the number you can use to check your voicemail. With that being said, I am going to change it back as soon as I post this. ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    Re: ive been wondering

    i also did a test of my own, i changed the sim card to my house number, and when i called my house it went str8 to my voicemail. i then called my sister and my number showed up. so my conclusion is, you change your # on sim nothin big will happen, because of the ID # of the sim, the network will still allow the call to go through ( you will still be charged!) but if you call the number that you wrote on the sim it will just call your voicemail...
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    Re: ive been wondering

    Did you get a "thank you for registering on the network" text after you did this? I did. Wonder what's that about.
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    Re: ive been wondering

    yea i got that. its because we changed the number on the sim card.
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