[caption id="attachment_434" align="aligncenter" width="135"] A micro sim from 3UK[/caption] Recently in our Sony Ericsson Test Lab, the question popped up about micro SIMs. This came about because of the release of the Sony Xperia S, a cracking new phone for 2012 under the Sony only brand, check out the Sony Xperia S Demo here: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1rPXqd6V30&w=560&h=315] Anyway, no-one really had a definitive answer as to, if you swapped to this new handset or indeed any of the other handsets which requires a microSIM, do you need to keep in mind a fee for a new SIM card too? Well, I thought I'd just ask so using social media I posted the following question: @OrangeHelpers if a customer wants to go from sim to micro sim, do you charge them? @O2 if a customer wants to go from sim to micro sim, do you charge them? @ThreeUKSupport if a customer wants to go from Sim to micro sim, do you charge them? Job done. Then just 15min
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