Cards and Mobile Phones abroad
travel to the USA, so I always try to take my mobile phone. I have
tried several ways of buying Sim cards.
of the cards I purchased last year was from go sim.com, which
appeared to be relatively cheap. The price started at approximately
£27 and once they had added delivery charges and various small
fees. The bill came to about £40. I found that within 2 days even
less I had used up my call charges for making local calls. Have you
tried this service if so, what do you think of it? Please email me: email@example.com
and I will publish you review.
is what gosim.com say out their product:
The US go-sim™ prepaid card is the
least expensive and straightforward solution for making and
receiving cellular phone calls while you are in the US. With
fantastic coverage across the USA you will be able to stay in touch
at an affordable rate.
simple call rates mean that you to make calls within the USA and to
70 other countries (from within the USA) for only 35 US cents (about
£0.18 or €0.26) per minute*.”
Sim Card Service Provider I
have found is mycherrymobile.com, I recently came across the
Sales Representative for this company who says they are the
cheapest. Have you tried them, if so what do you think of them?
Please let me know. Email me firstname.lastname@example.org
and I will publish your review.
is what mycherrymobile say out their product:
Cherry Mobile is the premier
low cost international mobile network operator. The Cherry roaming
SIM Card is designed to work in the majority of countries worldwide,
ensuring you are always connected. Cherry Prepay / Pay As You Go and
Contract offers exceptional international mobile tariffs, resulting
in significant savings when you make and receive calls (receiving
calls is free in many countries using Cherry!).
Simply check that your mobile phone
is unlocked and compatible (most are) and slot in the Cherry SIM
when you go overseas. Some prefer to carry a second phone, fitted
with a Cherry SIM, purely for use when overseas. Either way your
local SIM contract (O2, Vodafone, Three, Orange, T-Mobile, Virgin)
Roaming while abroad:
often get ripped off with International roaming charges, I recently
watched Martin Lewis – Money Saving Expert on GMTV, discussing
to get the cheapest international calls.
you tried T- Mobile – Pay as you go sim cards?
The cheapest card is £5, which also gives you £5 of
free calls! I have found these to be very reasonable when travelling
to the USA. I simply purchase a new one each to I go on holiday to
don’t whether I has anything to do with T- Mobile be a USA Mobile
telephone provider but my sim card seems to last me longer!
If You have any views on using sim
cards aboard please email me your comment and I will publish them, email@example.com