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Things you should know about B-Sim card replacement

 Did you know that you can replace your old B-Sim (large Sim card) with brand new 4G sim (Mini Sim) without changing your number? Or is your sim registered with your own citizen Identity card?  Well in this article, through my limited knowledge and experience, I would like to tell you few things required to replace your old sim with brand new 4G sim and I hope this article will serve its purpose of providing right information.

Why we might need to replace old Sim? Well, we know that different phone needs different size of Sim and if you have an old Sim (large Sim), it may not  be fixable with new phones available in market. At times, I am aware that you might  use your own ideas to resize your sim card. For example like using scissor and knife . However, it is time consuming and sometimes might lead to unnecessary cutting of your hand. Therefore you can save your time and safe your hand if you use Bhutan telecom service to replace your old Sim with brand new 4G Sim (mini sim-card). So now, let’s talk about the document required to get replacement. To get replacement, you need to have a Photo copy of Citizen Identity card  registered with your old Sim and Nu. 50 as service charge. 

And. Is your Sim registered in your own name and Identity card? It is always advisable to register our sim in our name and Identity card for our security. If your Sim is already registered with someone like father, mother, brother and friends, you can change your registration details. To avail the service from nearest telecom office, you need to have  photo copy of your Citizen Identity Card and photo copy of Citizen Identity card which is registered with your old Sim card and Nu.50 for service charge.






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