Hey guys, I have a new starter at work who has been given a work phone and now they are complaining that they will have to carry two phones around. Originally i thought that the second service would get calls and texts etc as normal but there would be a little note to say it was for SIM1 or SIM2 but after some googling I have found that might not be the case. The info i found says the following: When one mobile service is being used, the second service becomes inactive. This means you can only receive calls and texts or use data on one service at a time. Call forwarding can be set up so you don't miss any calls when either service is inactive (additional costs may apply). If that is the case, am I just better off setting up call forwarding on one of their phones and leave that in their desk? or is there a way for them to receive/send calls and texts from both SIMs simultaneously? They currently have a Samsung s10 as a personal phone and a Samsung s20 FE as the work mobile. (neither do dual SIM or e-SIM) so i would still have find a phone in the company that does some form of Dual SIM or order a new phone.