One piece of bad news (at least for me) is that the Apple iPhone 5 Will Use Nano Sim Card instead of the Micro-Sim from the iPhone 4 and 4S.
Just found out about it this morning cos it wasn’t mentioned in the iPhone 5 announcement last night.
The last time Apple change from Standard Sim to Micro-Sim, Singtel charge me an additional S$10 per month for switching to their micro-sim multi-sim service (instead of a fixed cost replacement) … just to change a little piece of plastic with a chip on top … no new service/function was added.
I had to revert to back to Standard Sim multi-sim service and cut the SIM down to size just to save that S$10 per month … with no lost of any functionality.
Now I’m not sure what other surprise Singtel would pull to switch us to Nano-Sim multi-sim service.
I do hope they just charge a reasonably replacement cost because that’s what it is … replacing my sim card with a smaller one cos the Nano Sim seems too small to cut down from the Micro Sim.
Not exactly looking forward to this … What do you think?
UPDATE : Singtel USIM/MicroSIM/Nano SIM went up by S$10 again : $10.70 (For 2 SIM cards), $21.40 (For 3 SIM cards), $32.10 (For 4 SIM cards)