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Old August 21st, 2013, 06:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im thinking of gettin my wife who is on 2G plan the new Maxx and then swapping my razr maxx hd sim card to her phone and giving her the razr to keep my unlimited. Been reading that the new maxx has a nfc micro sim. How do I know if my razr maxx has the same card? and will they swap?

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The Droid Maxx uses a nano-SIM that supports NFC. It is the same size as the nano-SIM used in the iPhone but not compatible with it. The card is unique and smaller than the Razr Maxx.

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The Droid Maxx uses a nano-SIM that supports NFC. It is the same size as the nano-SIM used in the iPhone but not compatible with it. The card is unique and smaller than the Razr Maxx.

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So what would the process be for me to trade phones with my wife? IE taking her new droid maxx and giving her my razr hd?
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I am without a clue. Perhaps someone else has a suggestion.

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So what would the process be for me to trade phones with my wife? IE taking her new droid maxx and giving her my razr hd?
it's a matter of activating the new phone on her line in store and walking outside and calling customer service from a 3rd phone. they reprovisioned the sim card that the phone came with from the line it was on to my line. so i didn't need a 2nd nanosim.
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