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We've got four cellular companies and all four offer prepaid sim cards. Here are the links to their websites, they have english versions and maps of their sales offices. http://kcell.kz, http://beeline.kz, www.tele2.kz, www.altel.kz. There are a lot of small reseller offices in the airports, train stations and shops, but they generally don't speak english ...


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When you arrive to Denmark and before making any contract with any company just buy SIM card from Lebara for 10 danish kroner it is about 2 us$ that gives you a phone number and a credit for 10 us$. You can use it and recharge it, it is not binding, no contract no headache, after while when you are in the country you can research for monthly contract offers ...


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Some providers such as b-mobile and eConnect offer SIM pre-orders: you order it before leaving and it is shipped to your hotel or the airport post office for you to pick up. Note that the post office at Haneda airport is located in the domestic Terminal 1, so you would need to take a (free) shuttle bus to go there from the international terminal. (At Narita ...


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The PDF you provided is both in Slovenian and English language. The English part starts roughly in the middle, so there is no need to translate. Be aware that Tušmobil's cell coverage is not very good outside major cities and other populated areas. To cover the grey area, they have an agreement with the national cell provider Telekom Slovenije, formerly ...


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All three of the major operators sell prepaid SIM cards with a data allowance from their counters on level 2 or Suvarnabhumi airport. Providing you have an unlocked GSM phone / tablet (no CDMA), you can have 1GB of data for 7 days for 300 Baht (less than US$10). True and DTAC both have 4G networks, and the tourist plans also have free wifi which is widely ...



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