I have a koodo sim-card from an older phone (4 years old) and want to use it in a blackberry that belonged to a different provider. What is the process I need to take to be able to use this blackberry as my new phone (my previous phone was stolen and I need to replace it)
THe only way your Koodo SIM card is going to work in another provider's phone is if the phone is unlocked. IF you insert the Koodo SIM card into the blackberry it won't work because that phone is locked to the other provider's network. I think your next question is how do I unlock it? Contact the other provider and ask them to give you the unlock code to unlock it, and they will charge a fee for this...everyone does.
I'm assuming your Koodo SIM card is active? If not (ie cancelled), you're going to have to get a new one
no it is not active. I simply purchased another phone from Koodo + sim, at the time, leaving the previous sim-card in an older phone. (this older sim card being the one I want to use)
I do have a phone that was bought from Koodo (with the sim card in it) that I could use as well....would this alleviate some of those convenience fees?