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    Ok I'm pretty sure that I already know the answer to this, but does the Pre 2 take a regular sized SIM card or a micro SIM card? Just wanted to be sure! Thanks in advance!
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    Standard size SIM in my Pre 2... So far as I know, none of the webOS devices use a micro SIM. I've read a few threads where people switching to webOS complain about adapting their micro for use in Palm/HP models...
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    Regular (if it is a GSM phone :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by somline View Post
    Regular (if it is a GSM phone :-)
    LOL as a dissatisfied former Sprint user I tend to forget that CDMA even exists.
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    Never saw a CMDA Phone :-)
    All Palm/HP WebOS Phones are using regular SIM.
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    Thanks for the replies, just wanted to make sure which SIM to buy before I dropped $14.95 on a SIM card!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AwesomePalmPre127 View Post
    Thanks for the replies, just wanted to make sure which SIM to buy before I dropped $14.95 on a SIM card!
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    Sorry tp bring up an old topic, but can someone help me get the SIM card out of the pre2, I can't seem to find mine
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    As I recall, there are holes in the SIM holder, so you can use them to (gently) stick a pin in the SIM and edge it out bit by bit until you can get hold of it - if that's what you're asking for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazybirdman View Post
    Sorry tp bring up an old topic, but can someone help me get the SIM card out of the pre2, I can't seem to find mine
    The sim slot in a pre2 is right below, not under, the battery, visible as soon as you open the back cover. If you don't see one, there's a cdma com board in there! You do remove the battery to get a decent grip on it.
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    ok, I feel dumb for not being able to find this thing



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    Quote Originally Posted by crazybirdman View Post
    ok, I feel dumb for not being able to find this thing

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    That is a P102EWW or a Verizon CDMA - there is no sim.
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    A gsm pre2 would have a Sim slot where that rightmost illustration is. And it would say model P102UNA.

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    What made you think you had a sim that you wanted to retrieve?? What carrier were you on?
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    on Verizon. Wanted to switch phones and was told I needed to just move the SIM card to the new phone.
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    If they told you that, they may have assumed it was an LTE device. The LTE radio uses something like a SIM (a UICC) but the CDMA side still has not SIM card.

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