Do you use dual sim?

@dhawanbm (3706)
March 14, 2010 12:01pm CST
Do you use dual sim? Oh it could be an asset to you while on the move, I see this to be a great gadget in recent times, mobile, with two sims, works great, do you use it?
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10 responses
@bjcyrix (6857)
• Philippines
20 Mar 10
I dont use a dual sim phone but I probably need it. I have more than one sim cards you see and they're from different service providers. I have always thought that I need a dual sim phone but I just dont want to buy a new phone. Im just the kind of person to use a certain item until they are broken or absolutely cannot be repaired. If they still can be then I would rather repair them than buy a new one. That's how I am with cellphones. The ones I have are not dual sim phones so I only get to use one sim card at a time. I just change the sim cards when I need to.
@aabuda (1729)
• Philippines
17 Mar 10
I never knew of a branded mobile phone that has a dual sim features. I only know of china phones having this features. So as a result, I just used 2 mobile phones in order to access my friends in the other networks.
@user_786 (1340)
17 Mar 10
i dont use it but it is a good thing if you have more than one numbers. instead of changing sims all the time , use this phone. they are also not very expensive
@adhyz82 (36291)
• Indonesia
17 Mar 10
hm, i never think to use dual sim cell phones.maybe it can easily broke or it make me confuse.i always comfort use 1 sim for one card
@sk66rc (4264)
• United States
16 Mar 10
I guess I can see the purpose of dual sim phone. One reason might have to do with coverage issues with 2 different service providers or one being a personal use & the other being work purpose. I only have one for both. My monthly bill comes out to little over $90. My work reimburses me part of it for business use. It's a lot easier on me because I don't have to switch back & forth between phone numbers or contact list (if carrying 2 phones).
@kaylachan (4779)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
14 Mar 10
For me one cell phone is all I need. I can talk and text on it and that's all I need to do. Its not like I need all the features though the calandlar and coculator come in quite handy too, but those seem standard now-a-days. I don't know why you would need deul sim assumed with two lines in one phone.
@1anurag1 (3585)
• India
14 Mar 10
actually i have decided to buy a dual sim phone for me. i have more than one sim but each time i have to change sim in my handset which is a very cumbersome process. but i think dual sim phone will be helpful for me and i think even some time i need multi sim phone as dual sim is not enough for me in some cases.
@choybel (5059)
• Philippines
14 Mar 10
I tried one before and it was good, very economical and efficient. I think that cellphone companies should consider this as a plus factor in their designs. I believe that they intentionally do not include this technology in most, if not all, of their units produced because it would cut down their opportunity to sell more units. It is their market strategy, where consumers should buy two separate items for individual purposes than just one for both purposes.
@nangisha (3505)
• Indonesia
14 Mar 10
I am not using it, we use dual network in Indonesia GSM and CDMA so I buy two cellphone for each of it. My friend often offer me to use one phone for both but I find it more simple this way.
@delkar (1716)
• Romania
14 Mar 10
I would love to have such a cellphone. I saw some of them , but they were expensive . Can you please tell me about not so expensive model of cellhone ? I have 2 cellphones , because i have 2 sim`s and it`s pretty hard to carry both of them , or just to take one with you when you go outside .