Re: Micro sim
I am in Nepal as I write this reply – So I have been able to make some enquiries for you as last year micro SIM’s weren’t available in Nepal – Last year I had an trek mate with a smart phone that took a micro SIM and as she was unable to obtain on she had to by a cheap Indian made phone to keep in touch. – The good news is that this worked fairly well for most of the way to EBC – So this would be one option of keeping in contact
The next option is that you can “Convert” as standard sized SIM card into a micro SIM by using a machine that cuts out the centre section of the normal SIM – this sounds a bit dubious to me, but I am assured that it works – Maybe as you are a techie you will have a better understanding
So – If it were me, I would take a normal old fashioned phone that takes the larger SIM it be sure that you can keep in touch with friends and family but also try the cut down SIM and maybe come back and update this thread to let everyone know how / if it works OK
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