Microsoft Planning Its Own SIM Card For Windows 10 Phones
Microsoft Planning Its Own SIM Card For Windows 10 Phones

InShortViral: Microsoft, for Windows 10 devices, seems determined to create their own mobile data service to provide connectivity to its devices. The company has made ​​available on its store.

Microsoft, for its devices with Windows 10, seems determined to create their own mobile data service to provide connectivity to its devices. The company has made available on its store, the application Cellular Data. According to the description on the page of store presentation on Microsoft, it will be able to connect you to the Internet in any place, regardless of the availability of a free Wi-Fi.

Also Read: How To Receive And Make Android Call On Windows PC

Microsoft Planning Its Own SIM Card For Windows 10 Phones

You can also purchase traffic information when and where they need it, without fixed contracts, keeping costs under control and consumption data. All this will be made possible thanks to Transatel, leading MVNE (Mobile Virtual Network Enabler) European and thanks to the solution SIM 901, provided by the telephone company stresses.

The idea of Microsoft is to become a virtual operator for only data traffic and through this partnership with Transatel, it will be able to provide customers with a 3G / 4G connectivity on demand, in any country, a godsend for anyone who are constantly traveling for work.

Also Read: How to Enable or Disable USB Ports In Windows

Eric Lockard, Corporate VP of Microsoft said:

We want to promote the adoption of mobile connectivity on Windows tablets and notebooks to integrate with the classic free Wi-Fi and make it easier for consumers to connect to the Internet anytime, anywhere. The solution Transatel SIM 901 helps us achieve this in various markets through a single interface. In a few clicks, consumers will be able to easily buy prepaid data plans on Windows 10 enabled devices

Transatel , currently covers 37 countries (Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia , Malta, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UK, USA) and plans to increase to nearly 50 by the end of 1 first quarter 2016.



COMMENTS

Tech Viral Deals

Author

Manpreet
Manpreet Singh is young Entrepreneur who is managing Tech Viral & Also an aspiring blogger and Chief Editor for Tech Viral. He is an Experienced Blogger,SEO Expert, Digital Marketer,Certified Web Developer & Social Media Expert.