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# 109173 14-Sep-2012 03:45
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Will 2degrees offer nano sim card?

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  # 685870 14-Sep-2012 08:05
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I would say so. They would be foolish not to with the amount of user already on their network with iPhones

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  # 685877 14-Sep-2012 08:36
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yes. they accidentally already announced it the day before the iphone 5 launch, then took it down.

 
 
 
 


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  # 685916 14-Sep-2012 10:16
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Wonder what the wait for the Nano sims will be, hoping all service providers have them stocked, would be a shame to have an iPhone 5 and not be able to use it while you are waiting for a sim.

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  # 686123 14-Sep-2012 18:47
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I'm pretty sure when the iPhone 4 was released and being the first phone to use a micro-SIM, that all the telcos had them ready to go by the time the phone was launched here, so I wouldn't expect it to be any different with the nano-SIM and iPhone 5.




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  # 686658 16-Sep-2012 13:48
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The way I see this is, try to buy iPhone 5 outright on launch day from Voda - if they won't sell without a contract (high probability) then I'll just buy the phone somewhere else, stroll down to 2degress for a nano sim and then switch over (and lose the 3GB data plan I'm on)

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  # 687792 18-Sep-2012 16:22
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And gone again...

 
 
 
 


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  # 687810 18-Sep-2012 17:15
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Just a you have been warned tip for those planning on the scissor and sand paper treatment ...

There is talk that an overly thick diy nano Sim may damage the slot on your brand new iPhone ...

Of course we need Guinea pigs to test the premise ...




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