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Using AIS & TRUE Sim cards together.......

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I have a AIS sim and I have had the same number for around 10 years so I obviously don't want to change it.

 

My new home internet package from True also includes a True sim and 5GB of data every month.

 

My phone holds 2 sim cards so how do I access the data on the True sim but leave my AIS in service for any calls etc.

 

At home I can connect my mobile to my home internet and turn data off but if I turn data on will it use my AIS credit up or will it use the True data? Any advice appreciated.

 

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You can set this in the SIM settings. I have DTAC for data and calls and True for calls only. I have also set a preferred SMS service, but think you don't have to set that.

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Just to add I don't have any phone credit on the True sim and no one has that number so I don't expect to receive any calls or messages on it, I only want to use the data.

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In my sim settings I only have option of each sim on or off so if I switch both to on, with AIS being number 1 sim, and I switch data on, does it take my phone credit from AIS if I use the internet or does it default to the True data package?

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6 minutes ago, YorkshireTyke said:

In my sim settings I only have option of each sim on or off so if I switch both to on, with AIS being number 1 sim, and I switch data on, does it take my phone credit from AIS if I use the internet or does it default to the True data package?

Just checked in mine, under 'network and internet' 'data usage' I can switch individual sims data on and off.

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