And the bar indicator is getting very populated. For the network
indicator we now have 3 icons, the wifi indicator can convergence
between wifi connection and mobile data. The first time I saw it was
confusing, because I was thinking that my only SIM card was having
problems. We are repeating information...the user see the icon, then
swipe down, and then see the same info. If the purpose is to warning the
user, why not set this as a notification? Then people could enable or
disable it in notifications panel. I think it would be a more elegant
way of doing this.

1) turn on the phone;
2) insert SIM PIN;
3) A notification bobble appears saying NO SIM2 is detected;
4) User dismiss the notification.
5) If is annoying doing this on every reboot, disable system-settings 
notifications in notifications panel.

With this you match carriers requirements, and still provide a elegant way for 
that. As the way it is, the user is being 'almost forced' to add a second SIM 
card. Hope you're mind change on this

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  Dual SIM devices show "No SIM" icon in indicators if there is only one
  SIM installed

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Bug description:
  rc-proposed, since about a week I have 2 SIM icons in the indicators
  panel. One that shows the signal strength for the installed SIM card
  (which is fine), and then a second one which shows the "no SIM card"

  When there is a SIM card installed, the indicator should not show a
  "no SIM installed" icon, even though there would be a second free slot

  See attached screenshot.

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