1. terrorgen's Avatar
    **** Mods please delete this post if not appropriate ****

    I wonder how many people cut their own iPhone SIMs in able to use it in their iPads, and if an adapter will help moving that cut SIM back to the iPhones.

    There is only one seller selling a micro SIM to SIM adapter in the world, but it's in Austria.

    I wonder if it is sold in the US will anyone here buy it. Please give me some opinions.


    Thanks.
    2010-05-29 09:04 AM
  2. terrorgen's Avatar
    Thanks for the information!
    2010-05-30 02:14 AM
  3. terrorgen's Avatar
    quick question: How do you know they are running out?
    2010-05-30 08:32 AM
  4. Cer0's Avatar
    All the posts in here were spam from the same company. Which is not welcome.
    [CENTER][SIGPIC][/SIGPIC][/CENTER]
    2010-06-05 04:31 AM
  5. terrorgen's Avatar
    thanks cerote...

    so is anybody interested?
    2010-06-06 10:04 AM
  6. Revolver318's Avatar
    I just bought one microsim adapter from MicroSIM Adapters, with free international shipping! for USD4.99. My buddy recommended me this site after he purchased one. The quality is great and I have tried the adapter on my phone from the microsim card. It works nicely. Good stuff if you looking for a microsim adapter.
    2010-06-19 06:25 PM
  7. JohnyJ's Avatar
    I just bought one microsim adapter from MicroSIM Adapters, with free international shipping! for USD4.99. My buddy recommended me this site after he purchased one. The quality is great and I have tried the adapter on my phone from the microsim card. It works nicely. Good stuff if you looking for a microsim adapter.
    You message looks like ad.

    p.s. By the way, there are a lot of cheap chinese fakes of adapters, so I would recommend to twink twice before you buy.
    ad: authentic MicroSIM adapters + free shipping!
    2010-07-04 05:53 PM
  8. andy33711's Avatar
    **** Mods please delete this post if not appropriate ****

    I wonder how many people cut their own iPhone SIMs in able to use it in their iPads, and if an adapter will help moving that cut SIM back to the iPhones.

    There is only one seller selling a micro SIM to SIM adapter in the world, but it's in Austria.

    I wonder if it is sold in the US will anyone here buy it. Please give me some opinions.


    Thanks.
    Mine is the opposite...(Second contribution to MMi)
    I will be sending the iPhone4 back due to a defective speaker--muted.
    The iPhone4 Sim goes back to the 3gs--works just fine.

    I cut a "cvs" card (or autozone "point" card) for the body.
    So...
    1. Measure where the "metal chip part" is from the regular Sim
    2. Cut the card with a scissor or Exacto knife
    3. Tape them in place...note that the MiroSim sits to the left a little bit
    Attached Thumbnails iPad Micro-SIM to SIM adapter-img_0475_3.png   iPad Micro-SIM to SIM adapter-img_0476_3.png   iPad Micro-SIM to SIM adapter-img_0477_3.png   iPad Micro-SIM to SIM adapter-img_0478_2.png  
    Last edited by andy33711; 2010-07-06 at 06:11 AM. Reason: grammar
    2010-07-06 06:01 AM
  9. kadinh's Avatar
    i just got done doing that too, but i will buy one of the plastic adapters when i get a chance.
    2010-07-21 11:59 PM
  10. bhz1's Avatar
    Bought an adapter from the place in Austria. Works great.
    2010-07-22 02:44 AM
  11. NakedFaerie's Avatar
    I just used a razor blade and cut the microsim out of the normal sim and left the hole. It fits the microsim back in it fine. With a bit of sticky tape it all goes back in to the iPhone without any problems.
    2010-09-10 04:01 PM
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