Dual SIM iPhone case from thumbsUp!


International jet-setter? Whilst Ryan Air have made that claim technically less impressive (and downright uncomfortable) it’s still fun to travel the world, meet interesting people and quote Full Metal Jacket to them. Before I signed up to the Apple way of doing things I used to switch SIMs with ease and one of my more travelled friends even had a phone that took multiple SIMs which you could flip with the press of a button. Sadly with an iPhone that’s no longer possible … or is it?

It’s an ideal tool for those who hate to feel cut off, and a perfect example of using technology to make life simpler and cheaper!”


Wojtek Kolan, Head of Business Development at thumbsUp!

Of course it is. I mean there’s a picture at the top of this page of the Dual SIM iPhone case from thumbsUp. To work its magic simply slide an adaptor into one of the card slots and then insert your SIM. There are two compartments and 2 adapters available for your SIM cards, whether they’re standard or micro versions. The durable cover then slides over the SIMs to protect your iPhone against bumps and scratches.

Pricing & Availability
The Dual Sim Card Case for iPhone 4 will be available in the UK September 2012, with an RRP of £29.99.

  • Girin Jackson

    Is this case supports Dual Sim Adapter Iphone, if somebody wants to use it externally ??

  • Carrie

    Nice case, but I would recommend the Pong Research iPhone case over this. I read that the cell phones emit a non-ionizing form of electromagnetic radiation; radiation which can be absorbed by the tissues and cells which come into close contact with the phone. That’s why I did research and found a case that can reduce radiation exposure. In the end though, I found a couple of reviews of Pong Research ‘s cases, that convinced me to give it a try. This case is built with an antenna in between layers of the back cover, which reduce exposure to radiation. Because Pong is the only technology proven in FCC-certified laboratories to reduce the exposure to mobile device radiation by up to 95% below the FCC limit without compromising the device’s ability to communicate.