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You won’t be charged a thing when somebody leaves a message and you are only charged the standard call rate when you dial 121 to check your messages, or if you set up the Ring Alert option, when the voicemail message is delivered to you.
|Copy of Applicant Driver's License (Front & Back)||60|
|Copy of Applicant's Passport with current address||60|
|Fire Arms License
|Police/Armed Forces ID with current address||60|
|Boating Photo License with current address||60|
|Blind Citizens ID Card||60|
|Proof of Age||40|
|Blue Card – Children Work
|Company Letterhead or Purchase Order signed by Director/Owner (if business)
|Company's or Director/Owner's Credit Card (Front & Back)
|Applicant's Medicare Card||20|
|International Student Card||20|
|Healthcare card (MBF/HCF, etc…)||20|
In order to prevent any fraudulent activity and to minimize the possibility of identity theft, it is our policy to view ID and process a credit check on every applicant. Please note: Think Mobile reserves the right to request additional information and/or identification from individuals to support their application for a mobile phone service.
Yes, Think Mobile will supply you with a new Classic SIM or Swift SIM to enable you to connect to our service.
If you would like to keep your current number, you will need to keep your service connected with your existing service provider to allow this number to be ported over to Think Mobile. You will need to provide the porting details online or advise our Customer Care Team to connect your existing number to Think Mobile. There is no charge to transfer your existing number to Think Mobile but there may be costs and obligations associated with disconnecting from your existing service provider.
Some telecommunications providers will “lock” their handsets to their own network. This means that your mobile can only be used on the network your handset was purchased from. If you place another network provider’s SIM in the handset you will see an error message on the screen. If your handset is “network locked”, you will need to contact the original provider you purchased the handset from to get an unlock code, they may charge a fee to unlock the handset. Think Mobile does not lock handsets.
Most providers’ will place a network lock on their handsets, unless specified it is “unlocked”. The only way to find out if your handset is locked to a particular network is to try another network SIM in the handset or check with the provider you purchased your handset from. If your handset is “network locked”, you will need to contact the provider you purchased the handset from to get an unlock code, they may charge a fee to unlock the handset.