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What's my SIM card serial number for?

Your SIM serial number (SSN), sometimes called the ICC-ID (Integrated Circuit Card ID), is for international identification. The SNN typically has 19 digits and contains specific details about your operator, your location, and when it was made.  The first two digits are the telecom ID, the second two digit refer to your country code, the third two digits are the network code, the next four digits are the month and year of manufacturing, the next two digits are the switch configuration code, the next six digits are the SIM number, and the last digit is the check digit.

See also: Does my SIM card have a serial number? Is it the same as IMEI?
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