T-Mobile iPhone 5 ready for action with NanoSIM release
T-Mobile’s own NanoSIM made particularly – since there isn’t any other phone that uses it – for the present-generation Apple smartphone. What we’re seeing today is the NanoSIM in a collection of T-Mobile stores around the USA – the only you’re seeing on this post appears to were sent out – or no less than printed – near the tip of September. With these NanoSIM cards users shall be in a position to plug their non-carrier-specific iPhone into the T-Mobile network for giant pink connectivity around the USA.
This release was spoken about even before the iPhone 5 was revealed for real just weeks ago. T-Mobile has made an effort to remain inside the Apple universe besides the fact that they themselves don’t carry the iPhone 5 officially, with plans and advertisements aimed directly on the smartphone that Apple has still not given them the pleasure of working with. Here’s an unprecedented effort, as you could have guessed, with carriers generally only advertising their support of smartphones they’ve also got on the market of their stores and on their network right out of the box.
Apple is a unique case, obviously, with the iPhone still sitting pretty on the top of the smartphone sales charts and the iPhone 5 showing itself to be a winner with millions of orders being filled before the device even hit stores. Now that the device is literally sitting in Apple stores around the nation for purchase, T-Mobile wants – and maybe needs – to get their connection on. They mustn’t be left within the dust in this one.
Meanwhile T-Mobile continues to release a barrage of Android smartphones and may soon be amping up their Windows Phone 8 collection to boot. Stay tuned to T-Mobile’s tag here on SlashGear too to peer if they’ll find yourself really merging with MetroPCS to bring LTE to their network and continue their spread across North America with a pink fury. Even be absolute to take a look at our full iPhone 5 review to grasp what you’re stepping into!