MicroSIM cards are once again beginning to arrive at T-Mobile stores

MicroSIM cards are once again beginning to arrive at T-Mobile stores
Although it might not be perceived to be a dramatic move, T-Mobile customers interested in picking up microSIM cards for the carrier will soon be able to stroll into their local store and purchase one – as opposed to just buying it online.

Actually, it’s not the first time Big Magenta is seeing microSIM cards, but this time around, it seems like all stores nationwide will be getting a small shipment. Specifically, they will receive only ten microSIM cards, which will be sold for $9.99 a pop as a replacement SIM, or for free if it’s activated with a new purchase.

Obviously, this might entice some people out there sporting unlocked versions of the iPhone 4, or others that are sporting devices that require microSIM cards. Still, those iPhone 4 owners making the jump will need to outweigh the pros and cons – such as the lack of 3G connectivity under T-Mobile’s grasp with their iPhone 4.

source: TmoNews

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  • Storage 32 GB
  • Battery 1420 mAh(7.00h 3G talk time)



1. Galen20K

Posts: 578; Member since: Dec 26, 2008

Niiiice, looks like their also making their steps towards the new iPhone to come out as well.


Posts: 701; Member since: Jun 07, 2011

not a big suprise that they are making micro sim cards more available, they're becoming at&t anyways..:(

3. bluechrism unregistered

Just a thought, but with the Nokia N9 being a micro sim card device, it does make me wonder (seeing as we know the N9 won't have US carrier support) if Nokia's windows phones (such as the "SeaRay" which uses the same body as the N9) will be Micro Sim devices.

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