Source: 9 to 5 Mac October, 2016
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 went on sale nearly a month ago from carriers and on installment plans, but customers interested in purchasing a SIM-free model were forced to wait. That wait is now over, though, as Apple has started selling the SIM-free iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus on its online store.
Apple notes the following international roaming network capability…
Now, when you go to the iPhone purchase page, you’ll see a new option in addition to the existing Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, and iPhone Upgrade Program. Customers can now choose to purchase an iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus without a SIM card at full retail price. This is a great option for Apple users who need an unlocked iPhone to use GigSky when traveling.
As Apple notes on its webpage, purchasing a SIM-free iPhone means that there’s no contract commitment or carrier financing. Instead, customers can go to the carrier of their choice and pick up a nano-SIM card, assuming that the iPhone supports the wireless bands of the carrier.
Next add GigSky World Mobile Data
After you purchase your SIM-free iPhone go to our GigSky Data SIM page. Get the SIM, Activate, and Connect to over 90+ Countries with a simple SIM swap.
Apple also sells iPhone 6s and 6s Plus SIM-free
This is also a great iPhone to use the GigSky Data SIM and service on for to stay connected when traveling internationally.