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Topic # 150944 8-Aug-2014 14:19
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The 2d sim card packs available off the shelf at various retailers - are these micro?

Edit: The 2d FAQ is not very specific on this point.

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  Reply # 1104894 8-Aug-2014 14:30
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The last one I got had snap-outs for both Standard and Micro.

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As GregV said the 2degrees SIMs you can buy are Standard/Micro's. Or you can get nano's separately.

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  Reply # 1104940 8-Aug-2014 15:14
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Most of the ones in stores are hybrid Standard and Micro push out.  The packaging will show 'Standard/Micro' on it like the one in our on-line store - Standard/Micro SIM  

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