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Dual Sim Standby: Gmate+ or SocBlue A820

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Dual Sim Standby: Gmate+ or SocBlue A820

So there are these devices that allow you to simultaneously use a second SIM via a little bluetooth device, along with your phone SIM.

Magic SIM seems like the go-to site according to this forum and a few others.

But there are two on the Magic SIM site which basically do the same thing I guess.

The Gmate+ and the SocBlue A820

The SocBlue has like double the standby time, and is therefore more expensive.

But other than that, does anyone think there's any real difference?

Has anyone had any personal experience with either one or both?

How are they on battery drain (for the phone)? Are they fairly stable/buggy?

(I've heard the Gmate+ tends to get disconnected from time to time)

ALSO, found these for $37, which seem to be "SocBlue" knock-offs(?), but claim to have the same specs-

Wonder if they're any good...or if they're actually OEM (doubt it)...
Date: Dec 14, 2012   


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