1. LordShaede's Avatar
    Hi, hope someone here can help me with this:

    I have two SIMs in my S7 Edge -

    Card 1 is a PAYG sim that I only want to use for calls and texts (although it does support data up to 4G)
    Card 2 is a prepaid data-only card (such as you might plug into a tablet) that I, naturally, only want to use for data.

    In SIM Card Manager. Card 1 is set up as 2G only, Card 2 is LTE/3G/2G

    The problem is, Although my mobile data works fine, I cannot make or receive calls through Card 1 - texts just never send, calls get a message 'not registered on network'. If I go to the Network operators settings screen, Card 1 will not let me select my network (although others are available) card 2 lets me select it fine.

    If i switch the card 2G / 4G modes, then calls & texts work fine, but data is obviously restricted to 2G, which is pointless.

    The card shouldn't have ot be set to 3G/4G just to make calls and texts surely? There must be some way around this.

    Thanks in advance for your help
    07-24-2016 04:53 PM
  2. chanchan05's Avatar
    Are you in the US? Did you check if the dual sim version supports your carrier? US carriers are known to support different frequencies from the rest of the world.
  3. chanchan05's Avatar
    Are you in the US? Did you check if the dual sim version supports your carrier? US carriers are known to support different frequencies from the rest of the world.
    07-24-2016 06:35 PM

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