Reactivating prepaid SIM card in the future
andyjb286
Newbie

Hi folks,

So I got a Verizon SIM card instead of roaming with my UK provider, will I be able to reactivate that SIM card in the future please? I've signed up to My Verizon, I don't need to keep the number, be a lot more convenient than tracking down a new SIM card again!

As an aside, I've had a great time in the United States!!

Thanks

Andy

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vzw_customer_support
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Hello, we're happy you had a great time in the US. Yes, you can reactivate your SIM Card when you return. If needed, your device will provide a new a notification if you were to need a new SIM Card. Now, you can also activate your eSIM, if your device is eSIM compatible. How does this all sound?*Andrea

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vzw_customer_support
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Hello, we're happy you had a great time in the US. Yes, you can reactivate your SIM Card when you return. If needed, your device will provide a new a notification if you were to need a new SIM Card. Now, you can also activate your eSIM, if your device is eSIM compatible. How does this all sound?*Andrea

andyjb286
Newbie

Ah that sounds promising, thanks for the info - considering physical SIM cards aren't disappearing so quickly in Europe at the moment I'll stick with the physical SIM card, but if on re-activation it wants a new SIM card can I move to eSIM at that point please?

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vzw_customer_support
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That is a great question, andyjb286. Yes you may activate the eSIM at any point if your phone wants a new SIM card instead.

*Valeria