While the software giant has yet to share the official details for this new service. According to various reports, users will be able to select from a number of plans without a contract. The plans are prepaid and users will be able to pay through their Microsoft Accounts. The Cellular app in the Store offers the following description: Although, the mobile data service will be available on Windows 10 PCs and tablets, there will be some requirements, as it will only work with Intel-based devices and requires a Microsoft SIM card. In addition, it seems that Microsoft is partnering with Transatel, a French telecommunication company, to offer its own SIM card to allow access to internet connectivity. At this time the software maker doesn’t have many Windows devices offering LTE support, only a small number of Surface models. However, it’s possible that with this new service, Microsoft may be planning to add more devices with LTE connectivity, such as an LTE option for Surface Pro 4, and may be other PC makers might just follow as well.

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