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Cut My SIM Lets You Easily Convert Your SIM Card Into A MicroSIM

05/29/2010, Do you have an iPad 3G but want to use a SIM card from a carrier that doesn’t offer a MicroSIM? We’ve seen folks come up with their own DIY methods of chopping up their SIM cards to fit, and it does work, but there are many of us who are just...

iPad 3G Overwhelms Vodafone UK’s Activation Server

05/28/2010, Good news and bad news for iPad fans in the UK. The good news is that you can purchase the iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G; the bad news is that the sheer number of these devices have taken down the activation server of Vodafone UK. Reports are in that the Vodafone...

AT&T reveals international data plans for iPad 3G

05/04/2010, Can’t bear to live a disconnected life? Well, if you absolutely need to stay hooked to the Internet wherever you go and already sport a spanking new iPad 3G, why not check out what AT&T has to offer with their international data roaming plans?...

T-Mobile SIM Crammed Into The iPad Allows Text Messaging

05/03/2010, Now that Apple’s iPad 3G is available for sale, some folks have taken the time to get a T-Mobile SIM card working on the device. There’s nothing wrong with using another carrier’s SIM card on the iPad, but the iPad uses a microSIM size,...

AT&T Readies Its Micro-SIM For The iPad 3G’s Launch

04/29/2010, With the iPad 3G set to ship to customers pretty soon pictures of the micro-SIM that AT&T will be issuing for the iPad have started to make rounds on the Internet. The interesting part is that the SIM card is more or less same as the full sized SIM,...

iPad’s 3G From AT&T Is Really Unlimited

04/07/2010, Those of you who normally subscribe to data plans from carriers should be fairly used to a data cap of sorts, generally around 5GB, which means that after you use more than 5GB worth of data for that month, you’ll probably have to shell out more...

Apple iPad says no to T-Mobile

01/27/2010, One great thing about the Apple iPad would be the device being sold as unlocked, which means you won’t be tied down to any specific carrier. Too bad for T-Mobile fanboys though – the iPad’s 3G modem supports UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900/2100MHz...