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Is Purchasing More than One Sim Allowed?

Newcomer
Posts: 4
‎14-11-2020 06:00 PM

Hi.  I've just noticed that 48 has extended the 100Gig memberships till Jan 5th and am curious to know if an individual can purchase more than one sim?  I've been using my 48 sim with a B525 modem/router at home, for general broadband & telephony.  I'm also probably one of the few people in Ireland not to have ever owned a smartphone but am considering taking the plunge - hence the need for another 48 sim.

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The Legend
Posts: 15,820
‎14-11-2020 07:30 PM
SIMs are free. You don't pay anything for them.
You can get as many as you want.
You need a separate email address for each account/SIM.
There is absolutely nothing preventing you from having one SIM for your 4G router and another for your smartphone.

Hope this helps.

I am not a 48 employee so if you need to contact 48 support then please see here.

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Re: Is Purchasing More than One Sim Allowed?

The Legend
Posts: 15,820
‎14-11-2020 07:30 PM
SIMs are free. You don't pay anything for them.
You can get as many as you want.
You need a separate email address for each account/SIM.
There is absolutely nothing preventing you from having one SIM for your 4G router and another for your smartphone.

Hope this helps.

I am not a 48 employee so if you need to contact 48 support then please see here.
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Re: Is Purchasing More than One Sim Allowed?

Newcomer
Posts: 4
‎14-11-2020 08:37 PM
Yes, 'Purchasing' was a poor choice of word! Good to know that there's no limit, although having to use a different email address for each is a bit of a pain - all of my other email addresses receive scant attention, as they're used mainly for 'junk email'. No matter, I appreciate your timely response (& solution).
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