Microsoft plans to launch own SIM Card

The software giant Microsoft is soon going to launch its own SIM card. The SIM card can be used only on Microsoft devices that have a SIM slot, which will allow the user to connect to various mobile networks through the app from Microsoft store without any contract. The project is currently under testing. The app is being designed to work on operating system ‘Windows 10’ and requires a Microsoft SIM Card. The user should have a Microsoft account to enable this feature.

It is not known which market the company has focused on and the pricings are yet to be revealed. It is said that Microsoft is planning to launch its own virtual mobile network to allow its users to connect to partner carriers. Though the app is currently available in the store, it will be of no use without the upcoming ‘Microsoft SIM Card’. So the company will soon come up with the updates.