Sun Cellular is now offering micro-SIM cards to all its postpaid and prepaid subscribers. This could be in anticipation of upcoming handsets in their network.
Announced this Thursday, the Sun microSIM will be made available to existing users or new subscribers.
The price of the microSIM will be the same as the regular SIM. However, should you wish to switch your existing SIM card to a micro-SIM, you can bring it to any Sun Cell Shops and have it replaced (retaining the number) for a minimal fee.
The Sun Broadband prepaid micro-SIM comes with an initial 5 hours of internet. Afterwards, you can further enjoy high-speed mobile internet on your tablet with Sun Cellular’s SBW 250 prepaid card, which gives you unlimited internet for 7 days.
Hardcore techies who usually have more than one gadget can get the Sun Broadband Multi-SIM Plan 699, enabling them to simultaneously utilize the power of their gadgets without the hassle of paying multiple bills. The Sun Broadband Multi-Plan 699 gives them a shared 130 hours of mobile internet for one month, shared between 2 separate SIMs.
Smart and Globe have been offering the microSIM for over a year now because of the introduction of handsets and tablets that uses them.
Sun Cellular’s move to offer the same might be an indication that they will carry high-end phones that requires a micro-SIM.