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Travel sim ipad3

Discussion in 'Europe' started by jazzortega, Jul 31, 2012.

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    I guys, going to Europe in September (Greece) does anyone know of a decent travel sim to take (that works) ?
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    I believe the usual (thrifty) method is to get a prepaid SIM from a provider in the country you are visiting, after you arrive. Pretty much any plan/SIM you buy in the U.S. (or whatever country your starting from) will involve a more expensive roaming plan/charge in other countries. Avoid that.
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    Thanks for that, never thought of 'local networking' may give it a try?
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    You're welcome.

    It's a common subject on the forum, and in general online. Little bit of searching for SIMs and traveling should net you all kinds of information.

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