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SIM Card

n acronym for
(Telecommunications) subscriber identity module card: a small card used in a mobile phone to store data about the network, telephone number, etc
Translations
carte SIM

SIM card

[ˈsɪmˌkɑːd] N =Subscriber Identity Module cardtarjeta f SIM
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