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First thing is to check to make sure your phone will work overseas. The USA uses different frequencies for voice calls than Asia, but the phones they market as "tri-band", "quad-band" or "international" will work outside the states. Many of the newer smart phones and phablets already cover the full spectrum, but check to be sure. Then pick up a pre-paid ...


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So I was hoping somebody with more experience would answer, but since not... The short story is, SIM cards in the Philippines work a bit differently from many places: you pick your plan after buying the SIM card, and you can change them pretty much at will. I ended getting the Prepaid LTE SIM from Globe, which cost me the princely sum of 40 pesos ...


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Although this was asked a long time ago, perhaps someone would find this useful. Orange has good services for international calls, you can get a prepaid SIM card, pay 6 euros and have unlimited minutes+sms in network, 500 minutes to other networks and other countries (US included), 500MB internet. These options change from time to time, but there is always ...


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For UK you can use tello.co.uk, their pay as you go credit doesn't expire and they say that they keep your SIM active for 6 months. I have it from Nov 2014 and didn't use it for almost 9 months and it was still active when I spend my Christmas holidays back home. They have low rates and the signal in good inside the city



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