THE Apple SIM remember him? is about to win the world. The 9.7-inch iPad Pro was the first tablet in the Ma family to come with the small chip dedicated to work with numerous operators around the world already built into the device, which was already a beautiful advance, but now GigSky, international data operator, announced an expansion that will make it even more present.
There are now more than 140 countries covered by the provider with short-term data plans available; among them, guess what, is our good old Brazil.
Of course, the plans are far from being a bargain, tourists who visit us will have to pay an exorbitant US $ 50 (~ R $ 170) for 500MB of data and 30 days of use, and in other countries the rates are not very different, but for whom you need an immediate, simple connection, with no hidden fees or complicated contracts (and are willing to pay for it), an interesting option.
GigSky's international coverage can be used by all iPads that support Apple SIM nominally, both iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, and iPad mini 3 and 4.
(via Apple World Today)