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What Sim Sizes Are Available?

SpinTel caters to all device types by offering Standard, Micro and Nano SIMs. You'll receive a 3-in-1 SIM so you can punch out the Standard, Micro or Nano SIM your device requires.

What's a SIM card?

SIM stands for Subscriber Identity Module. The SIM card is a tiny plastic card with an integrated chip. When you insert it into your device, the SIM card identifies the device to the network. 

Standard SIM card

It is the the oldest and largest type of SIM card available at 15 x 25mm. If your device requires a standard SIM, all you’ll need to do is insert the SIM into your device without punching out the smaller SIM's in the pack - simple!

Micro SIM card

Is one size down from a Standard card coming in at 12 x 15mm. If you require a Micro SIM for your device, simply pop out the medium sized SIM from the center of the SIM card. Some popular mobile phones that use Micro SIMs include Samsung Galaxy Core Prime, Samsung Galaxy J2, iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.

Nano SIM card

Is the smallest of the bunch, coming in at 8.8 x 12.3mm. Nano SIM cards are by far the most widely used, so if you’re buying a new phone it’s almost certainly one of these that you’ll need. The iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 7, iPhone 6 & 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S8, S7 and S6 are popular devices that require a Nano SIM.

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