Make sure to turn iMessage off before you remove the SIM card from your iPhone. If you no longer have your old iPhone or already removed the SIM card, request that Apple deregister your phone number with iMessage.
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iMessage is likely already enabled on your iPhone if you're signed in with your Apple ID, but you may have turned it off if you want to conserve data. By doing this, you will associate your phone number with the email address used for your Apple ID or iCloud account.
This will allow you to send and receive the "blue text bubbles" when chatting with other iPhone, iPad, and Mac users. If you have recently bought a new iPhone and set it up using your Apple ID already, iMessage will already be enabled and ready to use. First, unlock your iPhone and launch Settings from the home screen. After activation, you will be able to send and receive iMessages to your iPhone Meira Gebel/Business Insider.
This helps you to reduce interruptions throughout the day, and then quickly catch up at a time more convenient for you.
And, when you sign in with the same Apple ID on a new device that also has Messages in iCloud turned on, all your conversations show up there automatically.