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Default 14-05-2010, 23:49

Not only are microSIMs senseless, but when swapping SIM cards while walking today and so had to hold a SIM for a moment with my lips, as I had phones and batteries in both hands, I realized the choking hazard which microSIMs pose! They are actually dangerous!


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Default 02-09-2010, 17:23

At least if ordered online Fonic now automatically deliver microSIMs, which come in a carrier card so you can also use it in regular SIM-slots of course. Unfortunately they deliver only to German addresses and a German bank account including a mandatory initial recharge of € 10 is required for online purchases.


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Default Cutters and adapters available - 29-12-2010, 07:27

On Amazon, you can buy cutters to cut the larger SIM cards down, and adapters to make the smaller cards fit into the larger slots. I think that you can probably cut with scissors, too, but the cutter might make it easier.
   
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