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The value of electronic goods is where the restrictions are placed, so if you are not carrying any other items and can prove that the value of items is less than the specified limit in (http://www.cbec.gov.in/trvler-guide_ason22may2013.pdf) depending on the country of your origin and nationality and the length of stay, you should be good to go. I know the ...


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The BlackBerry Q10 was actually sold in five different models, with their radio bands customized by which carriers sold them. While all of them will give you basic voice coverage in New Zealand, not all of them will give you 3G or 4G coverage. Look up your specific model number on the box that the phone came in, on the label behind the battery, or in the ...


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I landed at Schiphol yesterday evening (around 21:00). I saw a Lebara stand in the plaza hall where you can get free sim and activate it. You can find the prices here. I used for a while Lebara mobile and quality of calls was reasonable.


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A similar cheap prepaid SIM in Hungary could be Bluemobile in Lidl stores. You might try Tesco stores for their service or bigger service providers as Vodafone. Buying SIM cards in Hungary need registration of personal data, so a passport or ID must be at hand.


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There is no high speed mobile internet in Ukraine, which you might be used to in other places, however if we put speed/bandwidth question aside, good old 2G GSM carriers offer cheap services and good coverage. You are interested in Kyivstar and MTS prepaid SIM cards. Life might work out too. All mentioned have English versions of their websites. SIM cards ...


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I used Movistar all over the country. You can buy a sim (pronounced seem) in a Movistar office for 30 peso. Once its activated you have to then go buy credit from a shop or kiosk, I would just go into a shop and say "recharge" and point at my phone, they will then ask for your number,best to have it written down to show them, and the amount of credit you ...


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I used Movistar all over the country. You can buy a sim (pronounced seem) in a Movistar office for 30 peso. Once its activated you have to then go buy credit from a shop or kiosk, I would just go into a shop and say "recharge" and point at my phone, they will then ask for your number,best to have it written down to show them, and the amount of credit you ...



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