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I've talked with Telenor. Telenor cooperates with KPN, T-Mobile and Vodafone in the Netherlands. The only answer they could provide was "your current provider should know what possible packages you can have, the prices for data traffic etc". I don't believe ARP or LBO is an option in Norway. Your best bet is probably prepaid coverage from NetCom. NetCom are ...
My suggestion would be to use the Betamax comparison website. Right now you can call Chinese mobile numbers for as low as 0.2 cents per minute with Cheapvoip.com. Ignore the "free" call offers as they are usually equivalent to a subscription. If you use their callback service you don't even need an Internet connection, though you would be charged an extra ...
Forfaits Bloqués Sans Engagement I am afraid France is a country where mobile internet is still very expensive. You could buy a standard prepaid SIM card and top it up with credit. You could then burn through this credit using internet data. Beware that rates are often somewhat expensive. SFR for example will charge you 0,50€/internet session, limited to de ...
Telus appears to have good 3G and some 4G coverage (search for G0E) of Gaspé and the roads leading around the outside of the peninsula, but no provider appears to have any significant coverage of the provincial park or most of the interior. I checked several other providers, but coverage was even worse. If I had to have a phone, I would go with Telus, but ...
In the United States and Canada there are two different, and incompatible, cell phone technologies: GSM (which uses SIM cards) and CDMA (which does not). Both are being replaced by LTE (a SIM-card-based technology often marketed as "4G", although its adherence to the 4G standard is limited and thus its use of the term "4G" is controversial). Without knowing ...
No you likely can't but that is because your phone is a CDMA type and they don't use SIM cards. A GSM type phone can be as long as it is unlocked. In the US Verizon, Sprint are CDMA ATT and T-Mobile are GSM
I have a prepaid Orange Spain card for roaming, they charge 1€/100MB per day in UE. You can top-up with their app, so maybe is a good option. I don't know if they ship abroad, but you can get a prepaid sim in ebay or forums like GSM Spain. More info on Orange's website here.
You can purchase a "pay as you go" SIM with a data "pack" or "bundle" on arrival from a mobile phone shop, convenience shop or vending machine (some airports and train stations). You can expect to pay £1 for the SIM (free SIMs are available but difficult to obtain if you don't have a UK postal address) and £10 for a 500MB data pack (which will also include a ...
Last I checked my Verizon CDMA phone worked in Israel. I was receiving telephone calls on my New York number. (Ouch that's expensive!) Telecom is a GSM provider. Pelephone was and may still be a CDMA provider
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