October 19, 2016
Being an entrepreneur means always being available to chat. Investors, employees, partners, and potential customers need to be able to reach you at all times. However, with smartphones becoming such a staple of personal life as well, balancing the two communication networks can be downright impossible. Having two smartphones can help, but how much pocket space are you expected to waste on these devices designed for convenience?
With SIMpro, you don't need to worry about the two smartphone dilemma. This handy little device allows you to put a second SIM card inside it and connect it to your original smartphone through Bluetooth. Then, all you have to do is open the app and you can seamlessly switch between the two numbers with no problem at all.
“The biggest challenge was to design a small and convenient product, which would keep a high performance and capacity standard,” says the Kickstarter campaign. “On the other hand, we needed to design the app and its UI with the “user-first” focus, to make it very simple and user friendly.”
The tiny, credit card sized device is designed to make life easier for the entrepreneur on the go. It easily connects to your current iPhone or iPad, it has five days of standby battery life, and it can even record calls to keep you abreast of your communication situation.
While the SIMpro is currently only available for Apple devices, the Kickstarter campaign hopes to reach their stretch goal, which will be used to send out nano SIM adapters that will allow everyone smartphone user to take advantage of this unique technology.
With approximately two weeks left, the SIMpro Kickstarter campaign has doubled their original goal of $26,000. However, they are still looking to reach their stretch goal in hopes of sending out more devices to excited customers. Contribute today so you can get your hands on one of these life changing products for the early bird price of $89.
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