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The SIM card vending machine

Peter Rojas
October 26, 2004
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Alright, here's how they do it in Hong Kong: you can now buy cellphone SIM cards from vending machines selling cellphone SIM cards in the subway stations there. Now if you could just use your cellphone to wirelessly pay for your new SIM card, the recursive loop would be complete.

[Thanks, Andrew]

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