1. phineasboggs's Avatar
    I was reading that the Class 4 microSIMs might be slower than Class 10. I had no idea there were different classes. Now I read there are not only different classes but different sizes! (TMI?)

    So, what is best for my newly arrived iPhone 4 and where should I buy it? If I go to T-Mobile, what will they sell me?

    If I were to get a "Class 10" 32G SIM card (is bigger really better?) would it be best for my iPhone? Or would it be smarter to get a smaller one . . . and does it really matter?
    2011-12-04 12:30 PM
  2. phineasboggs's Avatar
    So, is this not an issue for anyone here? I guess cutting the SIM card or finding a new, micro SIM is only T-Mobile? Can anyone direct me to a forum that might be experienced in this? I guess need to go to TMobile site.
    2011-12-08 01:56 PM
  3. codester3388's Avatar
    I think they were talking about microSD cards. Sim cards are only capable of holding a few phone numbers and your account info and that's it.
    2011-12-08 04:39 PM
  4. MrWHOx's Avatar
    LMFAO got "micro-SIM" and "microSD" mixed up.
    2011-12-09 12:25 AM
  5. phineasboggs's Avatar
    THANKS. That explains it -- couldn't figure why there were different sizes and thought it was the phone that had the memory.

    Yupper! Glad I don't have to worry about this. Didn't want to go unprepared.
    2011-12-11 12:33 PM
  6. hcgaloi's Avatar
    T-mobile stores will give you micro-sim for free and no activation charger either.... pretty good!!!
    2011-12-15 02:07 AM
  7. A3gOwner's Avatar
    I don't think the classes matter as much with phones. It really shouldn't matter unless you want to shave a few seconds off the transfer when the sd card is in a computer.
    2011-12-15 03:03 AM
  8. phineasboggs's Avatar
    Thanks to all who were helpful helpful here. I cut down the SIM and it's working fine with the Gevey.
    Last edited by phineasboggs; 2011-12-18 at 11:13 PM.
    2011-12-18 11:06 PM