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Your best bet is to visit an AT&T Shop or a T-Mobile Shop upon arrival. These are the two providers that actually sell SIM cards, as far as I know. The US cell phone providers focus on selling cell phones with a SIM-card-in-software that they tie to the phone. It is less common for AT&T to sell SIM card, but you might have luck there. T-Mobile shops ...


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If you have a friend in the US, you can order a SIM card on the internet and have it shipped to their house. Alternatively, you could try ordering one from Amazon, such as this one, and see if they'll ship internationally. I recommend using Ptel (Platinum Telecom), which runs on the T-Mobile network and has the cheapest rates for internet data that I've ...


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UK organizations that provide prepaid cards are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (formerly FSA), and the FCA places a very high priority on the prevention of money laundering. As a result, you will face several hurdles... 18 years of age; and Proof of identity; and Resident in the UK You can use your passport to establish items 1 and 2. The ...


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This changes a lot, so we can't quote prices as they may be outdated pretty quickly for the next visitor. But one of the best resources for this sort of thing is to look at prepaidwithdata.wikia: It shows the three major providers there: A1 T-Mobile 3 (Drei) and that'd be your best starting point - looking at the sites for those and seeing what the ...


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The question is old yes, but I'd like to add my thoughts to this. I have been in BKK and southern region recently, and AIS (usually green color package) worked best IMO. A friend of mine bought a TrueMove (red color package) and it was OK too, but signals were not quite good as AIS. In the Suvarnabhumi airport, go to the airport rail link. Near the ...



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