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Always On: How To: Cut down your SIM card

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Always On: How To: Cut down your SIM card

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Sharon Vaknin shows you the simple steps to cutting down your SIM card and why it may be a good idea!

Hey I am I here rat pack shop and that you might notice that this card it is shrinking L at all it's also nice for them. Format in a lot of international -- even things like I had an iPhone. Use this format. It looks like them -- actually has seen each other regulars and hard but it's a smaller. So if you want to open yourself up to a wider variety of phones from overseeing the more you want to unlock your iPhone users service provider like T-Mobile. Q how he got with my present format and vice do you already have a regular size and you can just cut it down. You can get your carrier's store I don't know Mario floor. Hello can do is now so let's go ahead and do that I don't need it says -- Double sided tape. They tell outlets like this which you can find -- the right here. And yours are they wanna cut down so to get started -- -- credit -- -- -- identity. And we're going to use this to stick but I'm -- sees the larger size than -- them. Right now we'll -- -- template right on top. This is -- makes things a lot easier. Credit you know it's pretty got. Now we have to do is cut it out this follow along -- dotted lines. You wanna pair of good sharp scissors. Okay now we need to cut off a little -- -- Philips appeal -- Its -- -- lists aren't. Oh and I realize that there's one more thing you'll need to. Five now I'm tech shops amusing this super profile but it -- nail file -- around the students got he does it. Stuff just doesn't -- a little -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I did secure now let's see -- -- works. -- about the -- my eyebrows. -- -- -- -- Carry out. Her parents it fits us perfectly so let's go ahead for the -- I've found. Our kids and and I know it works because my I -- it isn't telling -- others have -- card itself. RE NEV every thing you might present back into another part of a regular sized card you can just use one of -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Okay do you have any tips on them to me on Twitter I'm Sharon Mac or always on at cnet.com. Okay -- I know that you went to T-Mobile to -- your sim card -- but now -- now the next time you yourself.

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