replacement for lost micro sim

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my micro sim fell down the sink...haow do i activate a new sim card?
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Posted 5 years ago

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Chris Petersens

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If you are on prepaid you can activate it online. If you pay monthly then you have to call that in.
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Steven

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Buy a new SIM card from any Koodo retailer and have them acivated on your account on your line. Sim card is $9.99+tax and putting it on your account is free.
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Prepaid SIM is $20 and you have to do it on your self serve. Postpaid is $10 and a Koodo retailer can apply the Sim card to your phone for free
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thank-you,

i was hoping i could just buy the sim and do it at home but I guess the retailer has to do it. I have since unscrewed the sink drain and fished it out...dried it off and re-installed...it works fine...could not go without Koodo service for more than a couple of hours!!! Love the KOOODO!!!
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Where there is a will there is a way! You are awesome bro!:-)
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Why would be a replacement of the sim card cost 10$ +tax.
Thats doesnt make any sense, the cost of making them is nearly 0.
Even in undevlopped wordl, service provider are distributing them for free.
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Companies will charge whatever the market will bear. In the US, if you bring your own phone, the SIM card will run anywhere from $10 up front refundable with a money-back guarantee to $50 and you are on your own with "foreign" hardware.

Kinda like $99 for the airfare + $35 fees and taxes + $68 baggage fees...

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