Swapping your SIM into a new phone essentially moves your service and phone number to that new device.
SIMs come in a range of sizes – Full-Size is extinct, but Mini- SIM, Micro-SIM, and Nano-SIM are all in common circulation. Because the Mini-SIM was the standard for so long, that size is often referred to as “full sized” or “standard sized.”
Using cutters and adaptors, you can transplant larger SIM cards into devices that have smaller SIM slots, and vice-versa.
SIM cards are often tricky to find but can usually be found behind the removable battery of some devices, or in small tray that can be ejected from the side of a phone with a pin.
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