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Straight Talk now selling nano SIM cards compatible with the latest smartphones

ByinAnnouncements | March 14, 2014

Straight Talk 4G LTE PhonesIf you are looking for a budget-friendly cell phone plan with no lengthy contracts and decent coverage, Straight Talk is probably one of the best options today. This Mobile Virtual Network Operator, which uses AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon networks for its service, allows you to bring your own device so you are not limited to the portfolio of phones offered by the carrier itself. Now, the selection of handsets that can run on Straight Talk’s prepaid service has expanded even more as the carrier started selling nano SIM cards which are compatible with the latest smartphones. The nano SIM cards costs $6.99, which is the same price as you could pay for micro or standard SIM card.

Straight Talk Nano SIM cards

Straight Talk nano SIMUntil now, customers who wanted to bring to Straight Talk such phones as the Moto X by Motorola or the Apple iPhone 5S were facing a serious problem. These phones features nano SIM cards slots which are much smaller than popular micro SIM cards, not to mention regular SIM cards. Without  nano SIM cards in its offer, customers were forced to pick up a different phone. More desperate users cut the SIM card, facing the risk of damaging the card.

Following vigorous requests from existing and potential Straight Talk customers, the carrier began selling nano SIM cards allowing users to bring to the service any smartphone as long as it is unlocked. It means that you will be able to use the upcoming All New HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S5 on Straight Talk without any additional fuss.

Finally, nano SIM cards on T-Mobile will let users take advantage of the carrier’s 4G LTE connectivity, which was unavailable for micro and regular SIM cards.  Straight Talk plans begin at $45 per month. For that much (or little) you get unlimited talk, text and 2.5 GB of high-speed data.

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