How to switch your mobile to amaysim

Matt Sayer 18 September 2017 NEWS

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It's as quick and easy as ordering a pizza.

Changing mobile providers used to be a stressful task full of complex contracts and lengthy delays, but nowadays it's a relatively painless process involving little more than filling out a few online forms and waiting for a new SIM card to be mailed out to you.

Say you want to switch over to amaysim, for example. The whole thing can be done online and takes just a few simple steps to accomplish. All you need is an unlocked handset, an Australian address, an active email address and a valid form of Australian ID. Then just follow these quick and easy steps to make the switch:

Valid forms of Australian ID

  • Credit or debit card in your name, issued by an Australian Banking institution
  • Driver's license, issued within Australia
  • Australian passport/International passport with valid Australian visa
  • Medicare card

1: Pick your plan

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2: Click "Buy now"

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3: Choose whether to keep your old phone number or get a new one

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4: Enter your address and payment details

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5: Wait for your new SIM card to arrive in the post

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6: Activate your new SIM

Simply load up amaysim's SIM activation page and enter the 13-digit number located on your new SIM card.

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7 (optional): Wait for amaysim to port your old phone number across to your new SIM.

This usually only takes a couple of hours, and you can continue to use your old SIM in the meantime.

That's it!

Now you're all set to start using your new amaysim mobile service. Congratulations!


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