In an ideal world, a phone’s SIM card would work with whichever carrier you choose. No having to sell a Verizon HTC One to switch to an identical one on Sprint. A device with a carrier-free SIM card could go wherever its owner wanted it to. The only problem is, such a product is currently illegal across most of the planet. Only in the Netherlands is the story starting to change.
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The Netherlands Sets An Example For The World, Becomes First Country To Legalize Carrier-Free SIM Cards [Updated] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.