1. CrackBerry Question's Avatar
    Can I cut my mini sim card from my present moto g to fit and use with the new blackberry classic - nano sim card. If so do I have to notify my carrier or will the new blackberry start working on its own?
    02-17-15 04:24 PM
  2. raino's Avatar
    I would not recommend doing this because not only could your SIM card get damaged or stuck, but you could wreck the assembly. Just get a new nano SIM card.

    You don't have to notify your carrier if this is a GSM carrier. It better be, because the Classic models currently available will only work on GSM carriers.
    02-17-15 04:28 PM
  3. nhanken's Avatar
    Talking about cutting micro SIM card to nano SIM was really easy; I just used a pair of sharp scissors and cut very close around the smallest part of the card (around the part that's yellow in the pic attached). Be care not to cut anything beyond that metal.

    A lot of carriers give a SIM swap for free if you're not comfortable cutting one yourself.

    Can I use my sim card from my Moto G and use it with the BB Classic?-img_20150217_173001.png

    Can I cut my mini sim card from my present moto g to fit and use with the new blackberry classic - nano sim card. If so do I have to notify my carrier or will the new blackberry start working on its own?



    Posted via CB10
    02-17-15 04:31 PM
  4. cbvinh's Avatar
    A lot of carriers give a SIM swap for free if you're not comfortable cutting one yourself.
    If this is the case, then why bother cutting it yourself and risk damaging a new Classic? If you screw up, you're out $400+. Even if the nanoSIM were $20, it would be worth buying a new one.
    02-17-15 04:40 PM
  5. nhanken's Avatar
    Because i'm with a smaller carrier and even though it's free, it has to be done so online and takes over a week to arrive through the mail and I don't have that kind of patience lol. Not like it's that hard to cut one.




    If this is the case, then why bother cutting it yourself and risk damaging a new Classic? If you screw up, you're out $400+. Even if the nanoSIM were $20, it would be worth buying a new one.


    Posted via CB10
    02-17-15 04:45 PM
  6. logger4942's Avatar
    Can I cut my mini sim card from my present moto g to fit and use with the new blackberry classic - nano sim card. If so do I have to notify my carrier or will the new blackberry start working on its own?
    I cut a micro sim down to a nano sim without issues. Lots of instructions online. Just download a template. Also be aware that a nano sim is thinner than a micro sim so you have to sand it lightly on the backside. When inserting it should have no resistance so don't force in any way.

    Posted via CB10
    02-18-15 07:11 PM
  7. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    Problem with cutting from micro to nano was that a nano card is actually thinner. I rather spend $10 than to break my phone/SIM tray which costs way more to fix.
    02-18-15 08:29 PM
  8. MobileMadness002's Avatar
    Subscribing to thread, because I want to be notified when he comes back ranting and raving that his cut down SIM broke his tray.
    rebroker2009 likes this.
    02-18-15 08:45 PM
  9. nhanken's Avatar
    LoL. Should I dig a hole for myself first? After all I was the first person to suggest cutting the SIM card o.

    Subscribing to thread, because I want to be notified when he comes back ranting and raving that his cut down SIM broke his tray.


    Posted via CB10
    02-18-15 09:09 PM

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