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I have also traveled two weeks in Japan and I was in need of a data plan. What I ended up with was I rented a pocket wifi for two weeks. I didnt really have a phone call to make and plus, most SIMs have limited data unless you purchase a really expensive one. Make sure to order online your pocket wifi in advance in order to to pick it up on the airport post ...


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I found this and this. So, I think these are the best prices you can get in Denmark with a subscription. Though, the prices maytham-ɯɐɥʇʎɐɯ has mentioned for CBB are pretty good. I just cannot find them anywhere.


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Yes, Tom is right, you'll get more out of Google. Waka-Waka.com provides an example of such a common use solar panel as you might be a looking for. Most gers though, I found on our trip through central Mongolia, have electricity through solar panels/car batteries, and the locals are really friendly; I can only imagine them being helpful when asked for ...


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I live in Lynchburg, Virginia but drive up 29 often enough (in the bottom right of the box, and most of that area is apparently in the silent zone. The only things I've noticed are FM radio stations tend to fade more in that region and my phone never seems to work, but the roads are sort of embedded in the hills so this would seemingly be the case ...


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I did buy an Italian prepaid SIM in 2013 and do not recall that I was asked to provide a codice fiscale (I didn't even know at that time what it was and certainly did not have one assigned by the authorities). The process was smooth given that I knew beforehand the option I wanted and only basic Italian or English was involved. A passport / official ID was ...


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The three main operators (Tim, Vodafone, Wind) have shops pretty much everywhere, as well as in/near the airport. You can buy a prepaid sim easily, don't worry, Italy is a very touristic country. You might need to sign some papers when buying the sim but that's all. Just make sure it works in your phone, and that your phone also works with the network ...


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Codice fiscale is only for people that live in Italy and is not mention for the one that just visit Italy. It is similar as for Social Security code for USA any way you can calculate your Codice fiscale onlie http://www.codicefiscale.com/ provide all the information to the bottom one comune di nascita put the state you were born.


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There are more than a few prepaid service alternatives in Canada, none of which are (IMO) really good value but nearly all of which will sell you a dumb phone to use. For a particular example Koodoo Mobile sells a basic phone for C$96, including the SIM card and a C$20 service credit. The Mobile Shop, 104 Starrs Road, Yarmouth may sell this. Looking at ...



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