O2 and Orange Place Order for Micro SIM Cards

Micro SIM Cards

Micro-SIM-CardsThe orders for micro SIM cards are being placed by O2 and Orange with connections to Dutch supplier Gemalto claims. The new micro SIM cards take a place of 20 years older SIM cards that used to store essential data for a carrier connection.

The orders placed after the announcement of the iPad from Apple. The tablet device enables to use micro SIM cards for 3G access and supported by O2 or Orange by June or July or as early in April.

Wi-Fi-only versions of the iPad are due in March. T-Mobile is also planning to place an order in coming period but the company will unable to carry the iPad in the US, due to usage of non-standard 3G bands.

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