Monday, September 23, 2013

iPhone5c : How to Insert and Remove the Sim Card

Today, hubby got his iPhone5c and I set it up for him. It was pre-ordered few days ago from T-Mobile site and he did not pay anything except for the tax about less than $30. If you are curious, his monthly payment for this phone is $22 plus tax and it is good for two years. There is no contract. He is not required to get the Data which would actually cost about $35 (that's in my BB phone). T Mobile offered him a Data for $20 so; he grabbed the opportunity. He wants to access the Web and his music in Pandora while we are having road trip. A week ago, he cancelled his XM Radio which is good.

Inside the package:
- iPhone 5c
- Apple Ear Pods with Remote and Mic
- Storage and travel case
- charger
-nano sim

My husband picked the green color. It is glossy and the phone is truly built in solid quality despite of being branded as the cheap iPhone. All the features are the same except, the back cover is made of polycarbonate. It is not priced low enough though. For $100 more, one can get the iPhone 5s so; for me, I will gamble my $100 to get the most advance iPhone which is iPhone5s.
Honestly? I am not the materialistic type. LOL. I am happy with my two year old Blackberry Bold. There is no need for me to get the iPhone5s right now. Let's see in few days.

The accessories included are great looking and original apple product.

The sim is located on the side and tray is not steel, it is plastic but in great quality. To eject it, you need a pin to push the weeny hole. If the iPhone5 has the tool, it didn't come with the iPhone 5c. Yes, you can use this phone worldwide as long as it is an open line because there is a sim slot on the side.

For me to set up, I used this clip to push the tray out. The sim should be registered to T-Mobile company to transfer the old number to the iPhone5c.

Okay, be careful not to misplaced the sim coz it is very tiny. When you take the sim out, make sure your space is clear or else, it will disappear and will be buried from your messy things.

For Video help on how to insert and remove the sim card:

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