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October 09, 2015


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Andy Abramson

People who have been AT&T customers for a long time, like me, and who first received a Nano SIM with iPhone 5 or 5S (my case both) would not have needed a new SIM card with iPhone 6 so we kept using the same Nano. The SIM for the iPhone 6 was a newer SIM card with a richer set of capabilities. A similar replacement was needed when I started to use my Nexus 7 tablet with LTE vs. the prior version, but that was Micro, and some other Androids as LTE was being rolled out.

Not a big deal but a point of information worth sharing, Kevin.

Kevin C. Tofel

Andy, what new SIM card is needed? I ask because I didn't go to the AT&T store to get one. I have an iPhone 6 and I'm using the SIM card that came with it last year. Since AT&T's Wi-Fi Calling is only supported on the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s and 6s Plus, I suspect few people will need a different SIM but that's just a guess.

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