Can't you get an micro simcard for free from your Telecom provider?
Depends on your provider I guess. T-Mobile charged me Ģ8.50 for a replacement SIM when my phone was stolen, so I don't doubt that they'd charge me again for a microSIM. I'm happy enough paying Ģ2.35 for a SIM cutter and a couple of adapters.
Itīs a good thing we can have this for free here in Sweden!
Just call your provider ande they will ship one to you for free
Telia and 3 does this anyway. But if they didnīt Iīd pay to have one shipped to me. Wouldnīt risk it by cutting it myself.
I think tele2 also offers that but I have to come in with it to one of their shops, they won't ship it
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You know there is a reason the SIM tray opening tool is shaped the way it is, right?
It is a template to cut your SIM down to microSIM size, that's what I used anyway - just make sure the chip is in the centre of the template.
I followed this how to and it worked perfectly for me. Only issue now with my One X is that I never get a 3G or H signal anymore, in places that I did with my Galaxy S. Shame but there you go. Thanks for the guide though, worked a treat
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just be careful if you have an older sim, mine around 15 years old and a sim cutter wouldnt do the job, half the contacts would have been cut off (this may explain why i get sim card removed then the phone rebooted on the occasion on my last phone).
so i done mine manually and it was a doodle, took around 2 mins flat and away it went.
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