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Dual SIM. How would you use it?

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Would a dual SIM feature be useful to you?

  1. Yes, I want it!

    34.7%
  2. No, it doesn't make a difference.

    25.1%
  3. It could be useful, but not a priority for me.

    40.2%
  1. nextgentutorials
    Donut Jul 15, 2015

    nextgentutorials , Jul 15, 2015 :
    As I am a student and have courses in 3 different countries throughout 1 year, it'd be super useful to have my home sim and study sim! :)
     

  2. baulee56
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 15, 2015

    baulee56 , Jul 15, 2015 :
    #hype d.. Dual sim is a must for me but I would buy it either way. Now that I know dual sim is confirmed I can sell my S3 :D
     

  3. Nevabackdown
    Jelly Bean Jul 15, 2015

    Nevabackdown , Jul 15, 2015 :
    I carry 3 different handsets:(.....
    Thats dual sim is like a boon to me
     

  4. xandeFIN
    Gingerbread Jul 15, 2015


  5. rkiwtir
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 15, 2015

    rkiwtir , Jul 15, 2015 :
    Lucky you :(
     

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  6. camohan
    Moderator Moderator Jul 15, 2015

    camohan , Jul 15, 2015 :
    For me Dual SIM is not of use. I like to keep separate phones for business and personal use.
    But lot of Indian users would be very happy with this decision.
     

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  7. rkiwtir
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 15, 2015

    rkiwtir , Jul 15, 2015 :
    I wouldn't find it that useful. But most of my friends and family would. And is there gonna be a different single sim and a dual SIM model of op2?
     

  8. uvankarthik
    Gingerbread Jul 15, 2015

    uvankarthik , Jul 15, 2015 :
    It's very useful option if it's not affecting phone's performance, modifications like custom rom and look.
     

  9. moon4567
    Jelly Bean Jul 15, 2015

    moon4567 , Jul 15, 2015 :
    Eh, its like whatever, sure, its good if its there, but most people won't use it if they don't travel, or have the need for a second number
     

  10. sommersy
    KitKat Jul 15, 2015

    sommersy , Jul 15, 2015 :
    I don't know...I have a second SIM in an old phone for emergencies. I suppose a dual SIM setup might be useful for travel, though.
     

  11. 0mnomnom
    Jelly Bean Jul 15, 2015

    0mnomnom , Jul 15, 2015 :
    I would use it for Cricket (personal) and Verizon (work). I don't get cell service on cricket in the building I work at, but they have a Verizon repeater. But the phone would have to support AT&T and Verizon LTE.
     

  12. Shuller
    Jelly Bean Jul 15, 2015

    Shuller , Jul 15, 2015 :
    Completely agree with you... if it grows the price, then leave it away... I do not use it... I wont use it ever. and also it can affect battery consumption...

    I would better stay one one sim.
     

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  13. oscarvanl
    Jelly Bean Jul 15, 2015


  14. malik1
    Eclair Jul 15, 2015

    malik1 , Jul 15, 2015 :
    love it and needed it. means i dont have to carry 2 phones all the time
     

  15. handroid
    Honeycomb Jul 15, 2015


  16. AntMunny
    KitKat Jul 15, 2015


  17. Rumdada21
    Honeycomb Jul 15, 2015


  18. ibolden18
    Cupcake Jul 15, 2015

    ibolden18 , Jul 15, 2015 :
    A dual SIM would be ideal for me, I have two number with different providers as well as being in the military i travel a lot so it comes in handy. I hope you guys add this feature.
     

  19. NepalR_
    Honeycomb Jul 15, 2015


  20. narceoneplus2
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 15, 2015

    narceoneplus2 , Jul 15, 2015 :
    Dual Sim is only useful to those who travel often or whose job requires a business phone with a different network provider than their personal one. In my opinion, the majority of the people who own a smartphone do not even need the dual sim option. Just check the polls online from various sites for the results and you would also see what I am saying.
     

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