Samsung Flight 11 - Card Memory Full

Hi, I probably have 30-40 contacts in my address book and only use the Samsung Flight 11 for incoming and outgoing telephone calls and have blocked about a dozen (junk) callers. When I tried to block another (recorded) "sales call", I was advised Card Memory Full. I assume that this is referring to the SIMM card but in any event, I don't have "that much" stored on phone (only my contacts / phone numbers) am would appreciate any help that you can offer as to what I can do to "free" more space (so that I can continue blocking unsolicited "sales calls")?
Thank you,

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I see this question out at ATT.
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I see this question out at ATT

Hi Bob, thank you for getting back to me. FYI, that was ME on the At&T Forum, I POSTed the same question there as I did here.
Yes, I understand that it's not a SmartPhone but it is all that I need / all that I want and it was free (with a 2 year plan) so as the saying goes, you get what you pay for.
BTW, I checked the Samsung Flight 11 Users Guide and it states that you can add a microSD Memory Card to the phone but it doesn't say WHAT you can use the memory card for (i.e. will it help Block Callers), what are the minimum and maximum <GB> size memory card that it can handle or any other relevant information.
Thank you for your help Bob,

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I hope our Samsung folk will ring in on this one.

OK, without me checking manuals and specs, most of the time, better than 99% of the time, the 2GB card can be installed. However my bet is this is for MP3 and such files and not an extension of the SIM card.

Remember the SIM card is something of a throwback to days of old. It seemed big 20 years ago. (from memory it was before that!)


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