Wi-Fi plus 3G models of the iPad use micro-SIM cards for cellular data. A SIM card, or Subscriber Identity Module, contains a memory chip that stores personal identity information. You can access the iPad's SIM card by ejecting the SIM card tray from the side panel of the iPad. The card tray is flush with the side panel of the iPad so you will need a SIM eject tool to remove it. If you don't have this tool, you can use the end of a straightened paper clip.
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Things you need
- SIM eject tool or paper clip
Insert the tip of the SIM eject tool or a straightened paper clip into the hole of the SIM card tray on the side of the iPad.
Press the SIM eject tool or paper clip firmly into the hole until the SIM tray ejects.
Remove the SIM card from the tray, if necessary, and place the other SIM card in the tray.
Push the SIM card tray back into the iPad.
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