Dual SIM Cards: AT&T and T-Mobile On One Device

Dual SIM Cards: AT&T and T-Mobile On One Device
Dan Gould
  • 14 february 2008

Jan Chipcase points us to a very useful “street hack” he discovered in Accra, Ghana. Consumers who want to optimize their call costs are combining two SIM cards into one, enabling a normal mobile phone to support multiple phone numbers. This would allow a phone to run two or more service providers at the same time.

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