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No need to swap SIM cards, unless you only have 1 SIM.

 

Simply go online, activate new phone on the line your want and enter all information requested.

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I have a One M8 and a Galaxy S5, if I swap them online or call Sprint can I just take the SIM out of my M8 and out it in my S5 or will I have to use a different one? Thanks all.

 

Sent from my HTC One M8

Each device will come with its own sim.  In the event you only had one sim you can use the sim in another device but you have to set it up through sprint before you put it in the device you want to use it in.  Also, if I am not mistaken the m8 uses a nano sim and the gs5 uses a micro sim.

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Ok thanks guys, I miss the old Nextel were you just swap Sims and your done.

 

Sent from my HTC One M8

 

Sucks though when someone intentionally steals your phone because they can just pop their sim card in it.

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Yeah but it was a simpler time back then.

 

Sent from my HTC One M8

 

To each his own. It's a lot of wear and tear on battery door brackets.

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