I have an old mobile phone and am considering buying a smartphone. I would like to keep the old phone to use in some situations where I might damage my smartphone. BT have said it is not possible to have more than one phone on the same number even if only one is in use at a time.
I have read that in other European countries you can have 2 phones on the same number. Why can we not have this facility in the UK?
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Hi, I have never heard of having the same number on two phones - that would mean the same number on two SIMS.
If you want to use the old phone as backup if the smartphone should break, why not just transfer the SIM over?
Order the nano SIM for the new phone, then you can use an adapter to use the nano SIM in the old phone, should you need to.
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don't think thickness is a problem as sims come all-in-one and just punch out sim for your phone and you can by adapter to convert your nano to another sim size - if that would solve your problem