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somhairle
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Samsung E1270 SIM Only Compatibilty

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My wife is currently on a SIM Only contract with o2. Her phone is a Samsung E1270 clamshell mobile and was purchased on eBay a few years ago. It is unlocked.

 

I am considering switching her to BT as we may get a better deal here. Does anyone know if the BT SIM fits this phone?

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Re: Samsung E1270 SIM Only Compatibilty

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@somhairle yes we supply a universal sim that will fit every type of mobile.

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somhairle
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Great, many thanks, Neil.

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Fusionmoth
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Are you sure about that Neilo ? The E1270 is a mini SIM , which has different voltage requirements to a standard modern SIM ?
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Hi Fusionmoth,

 

BT mobile provide three different sized SIMS, Standard SIM, Micro SIM and the NaNo SIM.  Here is an article which illustrates the difference in size.

 

Which BT Mobile SIM do I choose for my phone?

 

Cheers

Sean

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somhairle
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Ok, so will they know which one to send when I sign up? Or do I need to advise?

 

EDIT: Should have read the article first. Sounds like it would be the Standard SIM which has a pop-out if the smaller one is required.

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Fusionmoth
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SeanD, I'm aware of modern SIM card sizing, the question was in relation to Mini SIM cards which are an old technology now (easily identifiable by the SIM card chip being oblong rather than the smaller rectangular chip sizing) - mini SIM cards have a different voltage requirement ...

Best illustrated here: https://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3505896/Mesure-up-SIM-2.jpg
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