It has been reported this week that Microsoft is developing it own branded SIM cards for use in its new Windows 10 devices, that will enable users to connect to a nationwide high-speed mobile data network.
As yet Microsoft has not officially announced the development of the Microsoft SIM cards, but it has created and launched a new application for Windows 10 users that allows them to connect to the nationwide high-speed cellular data network.
The app is called Cellular Data and is now available via the Microsoft app store for free and reads :
Are you looking for a reliable, convenient way to stay connected everywhere you go, even when WiFi isn’t available? The Cellular data app allows you to connect to a trusted nationwide mobile data network using only your Microsoft account.
Connect with – and pay for – a mobile data plan on your Windows 10 device using only your Microsoft account information. That means no fixed contract and no long term commitments to a mobile network operator. Now you can buy and use mobile data at your own convenience.
This is the easiest way to get online using a trusted nationwide network. Purchase a plan via Windows Store anywhere network coverage is available. The Cellular data app can get you connected at any time with a secure, high-speed mobile connection. This app is designed to work solely with specific Windows 10 devices and requires a Microsoft SIM card. Service is available in some markets and offers are for domestic plans only – international roaming offers will be available soon.
As soon as more information is announced by the company regards the rollout of the new Microsoft SIM we will keep you updated as always.