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Discussion in 'Alternatives to iOS and iOS Devices' started by cube, May 6, 2015.
Is there any Swiss, German, Japan made SIM cutter or the like?
I bought quite a few and some even destroyed my SIMs. I now download paper templates, use ruler, marker and scissors to cut them myself. Never had a fail.
That's precisely why I am asking. All I see are dubious products.
I did it with template, scissors, sandpaper, ruler, marker, and tape.
It was very tricky. I had to finish by approximation, but it worked, phew!
Because it is an irreplaceable grandfathered SIM. That's why I was looking for a perfect cutter.
More reason to avoid nano SIM now.
I'm sorry for being nosy, but why can't you just ask your carrier for a new SIM card?
I've done it several times at an AT&T Corporate store and I've never been charged.
Even if you have a coveted Verizon unlimited data plan, a Verizon corporate store should not have an issue with doing this. You are not renewing your contract, you are just changing the SIM card.
I was worried about my Verizon unlimited plan, too.
So I bought the highest rated SIM cutter on Amazon, and it rendered my card unusable, even though it looked like it cut it nicely.
In the end, I simply used the smaller SIM that came with the phone I wanted to move to, and all was okay.