LG Electronics has been in the market of selling cell phones since 1996. A few of their more popular phone models include the Chocolate, Vu and Rumor. Even though LG makes many models of cell phones, the process of removing your SIM card from the phone is as easy as removing your phone's battery.
Power off your cell phone. While this is not a necessary step, it is wise to power off your phone so that you do not risk a hard reset, which erases all of your personal data on your phone.
Remove the back battery plate. Depending on the make and model of the cell phone, you will either have to slide the panel off by applying pressure with your thumb or by sliding a small latch and then removing the plate.
Take out the battery. Depending on the model of phone, the battery can be removed with only a light slap of the bottom of your phone against the palm of your hand. Other models will require you to pry it out with your fingers or pull a plastic tab that will pull the battery out of its socket.
Look for the SIM card door. It will be shiny, silver and will be clearly marked. You'll also be able to see your SIM card.
Open your SIM card door by sliding it open (follow the arrow directions on the door) and sliding out your SIM card.
Use caution when removing the battery, as not to damage the metal connectors that transfer power from the battery to the phone circuitry.