19-09-2023 11:46 AM in
20-09-2023 05:33 AM in
I've not owned such a model of phone @WinstonSmith however I do feel a dual sim phone hits the sweet spot for me.
Obviously a person can use a physical sim and an e sim if so wished.
The important consideration is the depletion of battery when a phone is using x2 network connections so a phone using x3 network connections would be more usage on the battery and resources.
Then theres a cost to a person paying for two or three contracts or x3 Pay as You Go contracts.
Not everyone has that amount of disposable income to give to this.
If I can be of any further help then please don't hesitate. Take care. 😎
Daily Driver > Samsung Galaxy s²⁴ Ultra 512Gb ~ Titanium Black.
The advice I offer is my own and does not represent Samsung’s position.
I'm here to help. " This is the way. "
It will have an impact on battery life and of course,
it is more expensive,
but if someone needs them,
or is just ****** and wants to show to everyone else,
how rich he/she is,
or how important,
because he/she needs twenty different SIM cards active simultaneously,
it's not my business at all.
Maybe it's a combination of a different data and roaming tariffs, maybe that person is a mafia boss,
who needs a plenty of different SIM cards,
maybe it's a famous person,
who is afraid of his/her privacy,...
Because I've spent about thirteen years at the stores with electronics,
I'm not trying to figure out,
why a certain are buying a certain things.
If does make a sense to them, it's OK.
Once I did an installation of a high-end home cinema for someone's toilet.
I'm not judging.
I'm just trying to sell how much I can.