1. ptonantryloc's Avatar
    Has anyone recently bought a SIM card from Straight Talk (using the AT&T network) for a Nexus 5? From what I can see on their site, it should be their Micro SIM Card TF64PSIMC4MB or TF64PSIMC4BMB. Is that card an actual Micro SIM? Or, is it a Nano SIM with an adapter? Because of various things I've seen around the web, as well as this:

    Warning: Using a SIM adapter incorrectly brings down a world of hate | Android Central

    I don't want to use an adapter.

    I've got a similar problem with AT&T's GoPhone setup. All their SIM kits, contain a Nano SIM and adapters for Micro and Standard sizes (I would have gone with their $45 plan if not for that).
    11-21-2014 06:00 PM
  2. 32gig's Avatar
    When I ordered mine for my nexus 5 they sent me a regular sized sim card that had the perforations to cut it down to micro sim size.. Easy as pie..

    Posted via Android Central App
    11-21-2014 10:34 PM

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