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My phone is no more....SIM card?

Hello everyone. So I purchased a Blackberry Z10 less than a year ago and I started having a lot of trouble with it about 5 months ago . A couple weeks ago my phone died on me for a couple days so I tried to get a replacement- Verizon claimed I didn't have the insurance that I had been paying for since I puchased the phone...soooo, due to their error, I couldn't get a replacement. Thankfully my phone started working (somewhat) shortly after, but the other day I spilled a little soda on it (hardly any) and it finally died for good. Anyways, the SIM card is still good- my question is- can I purchase a NEW VERIZON phone and use my SIM in it? If I get a new phone, of any type- that the SIM will fit into- will my phone number, bill, etc stay the same? I just want to be sure before I go and spend $400 on a new phone that I won't be able to use....thanks

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Re: My phone is no more....SIM card?


Yes, you can use the sim card from your Z10 in another device.   I took the one out of my Z10 and put it in my new Z30. Your number stays the same and your bill won't change.   I really like my Z30. Awesome battery...lasts forever it seems. Hope that helps.