T-Mobile Sims 1 Cent - Good for What?

Val-kyrie

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So there is a deal(?) currently to order T-Mobile Sims online for $0.01 each rather than the $10.00 each that they normally cost.

I am looking to purchase an iPad in the near future and my brother is looking to switch to T-Mobile when the new iPhone comes out. So here are my questions:

1) Can I use a T-Mobile Sim in a Verizon or AT&T iPad Air to get 200MB of data free? Not thinking I will need it except for a rare occasion, but the option is nice and their monthly data plans aren't bad if needed. (I have also heard it is possible to use a Verizon iPhone nano-Sim card in a Verizon iPad sim card slot and access the data plan on the iPad--I have an unlimited plan.)

2) Is it worth it for my brother to buy a nano-Sim card for the iPhone 6 if he is planning to switch carriers when it comes out?

3) Is there any other reason to consider buying a T-Mobile sim/micro/nano card?
 

velocityg4

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Dec 19, 2004
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1. If they are unlocked. Not sure if they come that way by default.

2. That's assuming it uses nano sim and doesn't use some new unknown smaller form factor.

3. It's $0.01. As long as you don't have to pay for activation and shipping is free at the time of purchase. You might as well buy a few just in case.
 

awair

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Sep 6, 2011
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Verizon iPad is the "worldwide" model. Always unlocked

I am using T-Mobile (free 200 MB) SIM in US, and various others elsewhere.

Works fine, but not as quick as my overseas LTE connection.
 

ron7624

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The sale is back on. I just ordered one for one cent. I'm selling my 3 and buying an Air. I want to have this tucked away when I receive the Air. :)
 
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