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Resuscitate old pay-as-you-go SIM cards?

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I've got a Vodafone UK pay-as-you-go SIM card from last summer. I definitely recall that the ten pounds, or whatever, that I loaded onto it at the time had an expiration date.

Question, though: what about the phone number itself? I'm wondering if I can take the card out of the nasty low-quality Vodafone smartphone I bought then, cut it down to fit my current US iPhone, and then just buy a new top-up when I reach the UK.

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