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Multiple network mobiles

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Multiple network mobiles


There was a thread (which I can't find) on here a few weeks ago where someone was asking if it's possible to have more than one sim in a mobile to ensure a signal. I'm not sure if it was answered, but I just came across this...
http://anywheresim.com/#three-mobile-networks ;     It combines vodafone, o2 or ee on a single phone.
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Re: Multiple network mobiles

I think that may have been me - asking if it was possible to have more than two sims in a phone. Dual sim phones are easy to find on ebay but i'd never seen phones that could take 3 or more and asked about it. Someone did actually point out a tri-sim phone iirc but it was in the £700 region.
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Re: Multiple network mobiles

This would do the job then, single sim, one phone, three networks. Prices ain't bad either.
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Re: Multiple network mobiles

Thing is thats just like Tesco or Virgin - they use the O2 network. This one just uses three networks - but doesn't mention anything about 3 different phone numbers. Some phones will already jump to different networks - my partners does so i don't see this as anything groundbreaking.
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Re: Multiple network mobiles

All the multi SIM phones I've had, had multiple imei's as well.
Is it possible to have multi SIM's without this?
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Re: Multiple network mobiles

Take a standard single SIM phone abroad and it will acceaa multiple networks. In the UK it is just a supplier imposed limitation which leads the request for multiple SIMs.
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