Nano-SIM, Micro-SIM and mini-SIM cards

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Nano-SIM

The smallest SIM card available is the Nano-SIM, which measures 12.3 × 8.8 × 0.67 mm. Most of the latest devices use a Nano-SIM format.

If you have a new phone, and need a Nano-SIM to use it, we can help. Visit us in store - we can also help to transfer your contacts.

To ensure you get the correct size SIM, we’ve combined the Standard SIM (Mini-SIM), the Micro-SIM and Nano-SIM into one - it's called the Triple SIM.

SIM stands for Subscriber Identification Module. It's a small card with an embedded chip that is inserted into your phone.
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Micro-SIM

If your phone needs a Micro-SIM, just pop the smaller sized part of the Multi-SIM out, then place it in your phone.

The Micro-SIM measures 15 x 12 x 0.76mm.
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Standard SIM (Mini-SIM)

If your phone takes a standard size SIM you don’t need to do anything - just place the SIM card straight into your mobile phone.

The Standard or Mini-SIM (also known as 2FF) measures 25 x 15 x 0.76 mm.

Switch SIM size and keep your number

You can keep your mobile number when you move to a new SIM card.

You'll need your mobile phone and new SIM before you start.You can visit a Vodafone store to swap your number over.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check out the most common questions and answers about SIM cards.
SIM card FAQs

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