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- iOS Supported
- iOS 3 – iOS 11
- Model Supported
- iPhone 3G to iPhone X
uaSIM “the smarter card..”
uaSIM – Universal Activation and Test SIM. uaSIM is a smart and flexible Universal Activation and Test SIM. There are many cards on the market claiming to be the best by offering features such as being reprogrammable, however we went one step ahead of them by offering the same – but in a simpler way, to keep your job convenient and save your time and effort. Instead of using a card-reader and PC with a special software just to change the MCC/MNC part of the IMSI, uaSIM can do that without you even taking the uaSIM card out of your phone. How is that possible? uaSIM runs on a completely own COS (Card Operating System) the card will ask for pin code entry at phone start-up or card plug-in ( if your phone supports hot-swap ) You can enter any pin combination, ANY 4 digit pin code entry will result in a GSM Testcard IMSI with MCC/MNC “00101”, ANY 5 digit combination or higher will be converted from the COS directly in the corresponding MCC/MNC combination inside the IMSI. That means you can emulate any carriers card, simply like that. Just look up the MCC/MNC of the carier you want to emulate and enter it as pin wysiwyg (what you see is what you get – in this case what you enter is what you get) 😉
It’s the only Activation SIM, that is compatible with all generations of iPhones and iPads. You can use this as a Activation SIM in regular SIM sized phones such as the iPhone3G but you can also use the very same SIM as a Micro SIM for iPhone4. Have a look at the pictures of the uaSIM for reference. There is no need to cut the uaSIM for usage in iPhone4/4Gs or iPad. Because of the dual-cut you could also call it “The Transformer SIM” 😉
uaSIM can be used as an Activation SIM as well as a Testcard for various brands.
So what are you waiting for – buy one and experience the difference.
What is MCC and MNC?
A Mobile Network Code (MNC) is used in combination with a Mobile Country Code (MCC) (also known as a “MCC / MNC tuple”) to uniquely identify a mobile phone operator/carrier using the GSM, CDMA, iDEN, TETRA and UMTS public land mobile networks and some satellite mobile networks. The ITU-T Recommendation E.212 defines mobile country codes. The MCC/MNC is part of the IMSI defining the country and provider – it’s often used to check if a certain card is allowed to be used in a certain mobile, many mobile phone carriers lock their phones so only their cards can be used in the phones they sell together with contracts or in a prepaid bundle. uaSIM can “emulate” any carriers card on this planet, the user is free to define any MCC/MNC combination by the pin code entry at power up. Even combination’s that do not exist (yet) ! Note that uaSIM is for repairs, testing and activation of mobile phones – also uaSIM is not able to log into any carriers network.
You can follow the below wiki link to find any MCC and MNC that you want to use for your uaSIM.
( For some carriers that have multiple MCC/MNC combination’s check if the networks are operational, non operational networks you normally won’t need )