SIM Card Adapter Campaign Pushes into 2020 with New Case Against Visible Service

January 22, 2020

Sharpe Innovations Inc. has added a District of Colorado case against Verizon (Visible Service) (1:20-cv-00163) in the file-and-dismiss campaign that it began back in 2017. As in the plaintiff’s eight other complaints, Sharpe asserts two patents generally related to a SIM card adapter that allows use of a smaller-format SIM card in an device that uses a larger-format SIM card (where the adapter body has a cut-out region “defined by walls” and that has a floor, with that region shaped to fit a micro SIM). At issue is Visible Service’s provision of certain cellular SIM starter kits.

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