My friend broke her (Australian Telstra pre-payed) SIM card in half just so she couldn't be contacted anymore. Now every time I call her it's saying "The number you have called is not connected. Please check the number and try again!"
I find that quite odd.
Is that the correct Telstra message that I should be getting? or, surely it is meant to go through to MessageBank! It seems more likely that message means that she has deactivated her number and got a new number.
Because I can't imagine a just a broken SIM card would terminate the phone number completely.
I can only imagine a broken SIM would behave more like a SIM that's only been removed from the hone and would go straight to Message Bank. Am I right or wrong?