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Using a sim card to connect to net on laptop/PC

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Hiya, I just brought a iphone sim card, and now im wondering if this is possible. im sure it must be, i just aint got a clue on what i need to be lookin for, so a nudge in the right direction woul…
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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
Hiya,

I just brought a iphone sim card, and now im wondering if this is possible. im sure it must be, i just aint got a clue on what i need to be lookin for, so a nudge in the right direction would be appriciated.

Im trying to find a way (cheap and easy way), of getting this iphone sim card, connecting it to a laptop/PC so i can check emails and stuff like that (nothing data hungry).

Im presuming i need some sort of caddy/data card or something?.. but not sure what exactley.

P.S
Im aware that o2 dont like people doing this, but they dont like alot of things.. :)

any help would be appriciated... thank you.
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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
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Search for iPhone tethering. It works a treat on my 3G sim.
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cheers, however, thats connectiong your iphone to your laptop.. im trying to connect a sim only (it just happens to be a iphone sim).... there must be some sort of case or means of attaching it to your laptop.. maybe a data card thing??...
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Kandiman1983
cheers, however, thats connectiong your iphone to your laptop.. im trying to connect a sim only (it just happens to be a iphone sim).... there must be some sort of case or means of attaching it to your laptop.. maybe a data card thing??...


The best thing to put the sim into would be a mobile phone that supports tethering. Windows mobile smartphones come with data sharing support built in. I don't know of any data cards that would take a mobile phone sim.

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