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AT&T begins to switch to LTE compatible SIM cards

10/22/2010, Check out the internal AT&T memo that details the carrier’s intention to being the transition to LTE-capable SIM cards. AT&T has already begun to prepare employees for a new SIM card which will see action in LTE handsets and devices....

China Mobile rolls out microSIM card

10/13/2010, China Mobile attempts to entice potential iPhone 4 owners in that part of the world over to their side with the introduction of their very own microSIM card. This ought to be interesting, as not only China Unicom subscribers will be able to make the jump...

AT&T Banning Pre-release Dell Streaks On Its 3G Network?

08/02/2010, Reports from forums suggest that AT&T may have banned pre-release Dell Streaks from operating on its 3G networks. According to users, they have been cut off from using the voice and data services in the US, which leaves the device to operate on a...

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...

Japanese iPad To Be SIM-locked To Softbank Mobile

05/11/2010, When the iPad was originally announced, Apple mentioned that the device would not be SIM-locked, but now it seems that statement doesn’t apply to folks over in Japan, as the Japanese iPad will be SIM-locked to Softbank Mobile. The good news is that...

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,...

Japanese Government To Review Japan’s SIM Lock System

03/30/2010, Those of you who have travelled to Japan before will probably know of the SIM locks that they use over there. Basically the carriers (NTT DoCoMo, KDDI, Softbank) don’t allow users to use other handsets from rival networks. So you won’t be able...