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Sim4travel currently has a promotional offer for the first 10,000 customers. Through this you can either get a £10 credit Sim for £8.49 (usually £15.99) and £20 credit for £15.99 (usually £25.99).

These sims give good rates for international calls whilst abroad and in many countries it's free to receive calls. A must have if you're travelling abroad this summer.

£10 URL - http://www.sim4travel.net/offers/cheapsim10
£20 URL - http://www.sim4travel.net/offers/cheapsim20

My first deal so be nice :)

£4 quidco too
- imranmaz
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#1
more info and reviews here http://www.roamingsims.com/
#2
Good one. Its required for my next Switzerland trip. Heat added.
#3
oooo if i knew about this before i fell ill on holiday in andorra, rang mum...cost me about £12, would saved about £10 lol.
not very good rates to jamaica though (next trip)
#4
Hi there
Does my fone need to be unlocked for this to work its an orange w810i
cheers
#5
Quick heads up. Three do allow you to use your free allowance abroad, free of charge, so long as you use their network in specific countries.

I know Austria, Italy and Australia have Three networks, but I know there are some more - just thought I'd mention it :)
#6
wulliedufc
Hi there
Does my fone need to be unlocked for this to work its an orange w810i
cheers

Yes. Your phone will need to be unlocked to use these sims.
#7
great find just ordered one thanks
#8
I just called up customer services (needed to change the delivery address) and they were extremely helpful! Cheap for calls but a little expensive for texts. Voted hot.
#9
£4 quidco too
#10
Just read some where that you can use voucher code FF50 to get 50% off. Not sure if this will work on the already discounted price but you could give it a try.
#11
Roaming charges for all normal providers has just been reduced. You may find that it's not much more just to use your normal provider. It's 38p per minute on Orange from Spain and 25p on SIM4travel. If you're only going to use it for the odd call then it might not be worth it. Plus 30p per text from Orange and 39p per text on SIM4travel so more expensive.
#12
Which UK operators allow free (from inclusive minutes) calls to the 07509 number?.
#13
lkl265
Which UK operators allow free (from inclusive minutes) calls to the 07509 number?.


Not sure any do
#14
Hi

As someone asked which provider support 07509 number can someone tells me if it will come out from O2 business allowance?
#15
lkl265
Which UK operators allow free (from inclusive minutes) calls to the 07509 number?.


Is that the number that this is? That's probably how they can offer it cheaper, they're getting an extra revenue from the people calling as it's a higher charge than normal?
#16
After applying code of FF50, the free postage option becomes unavailable. Ultimately the lowest available price becomes 9.49. Please remove the FF50 code part from your posting.
#17
If I use this sim card in Egypt, what would be the cheapest way for my parents to call me from england?
#18
Don't forget Quidco, £4 cashback.....:)
#19
buggzy
If I use this sim card in Egypt, what would be the cheapest way for my parents to call me from england?

I think it will be from a BT landline @ 10p/min.
#20
Tillboy
Not sure any do

Just read somewhere Virgin does.
#21
I have had one of these Sims for 10 months now. Good value, however in T&C
"In case the Customer does not use the SIM Card or the call balance components over a period of 270 days (any such change to this period notice will be provided), SIM4travel is entitled to invalidate the SIM Card and/or call balance components without prior notice and without any compensation payable to Customer". So be careful if you only go abroad once a year.
#22
rich42fl
I have had one of these Sims for 10 months now. Good value, however in T&C
"In case the Customer does not use the SIM Card or the call balance components over a period of 270 days (any such change to this period notice will be provided), SIM4travel is entitled to invalidate the SIM Card and/or call balance components without prior notice and without any compensation payable to Customer". So be careful if you only go abroad once a year.

You can still use the SIM in the UK. So just send a text every 9 months.
#23
carleast;2051256
Roaming charges for all normal providers has just been reduced. You may find that it's not much more just to use your normal provider. It's 38p per minute on Orange from Spain and 25p on SIM4travel. If you're only going to use it for the odd call then it might not be worth it. Plus 30p per text from Orange and 39p per text on SIM4travel so more expensive.

I am on Virgin network and am travelling to Egypt.
Virgin cost to call UK = £1.70 per minute.
Sim 4 travel cost to call UK = 49p per minute.
No contest!!!
#24
To get this deal and possible quidco £4 cashback,you need to visit Sim4Travel via Quidco,click on buy and then insert a code in the promotion code box.
Code for £10 sim = moneysavingsim10.This will give you the sim for £8.49 and possible £4 quidco cashback
Code for £20 sim = moneysavingsim20 .This will give you the sim for £14.99 and possible £4 quidco cashback.
The quidco cashback is not guaranteed and may be declined for using a non quidco code.
#25
Just called T-Mobile customer services. They charge 50p to call 07509 numbers.
suspended#26
Voted Hottttttt
#27
I have had one of these for over a year, brilliant and highly recommended.
#28
buggzy
If I use this sim card in Egypt, what would be the cheapest way for my parents to call me from england?


[url]www.18185.co.uk[/url] 6p/min weekdays 3.5p weekends :-D
#29
With quidco ther's only 50p between the offers for the £10 sim card - £4.49 or £4.99
#30
Voted Cool.

Don't use unless you are very very sure your mobile operator won't charge you extra.

This is an offical reply from Vodafone on their forum
(http://forum.vodafone.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=529)

[COLOR="Red"]I have managed to get a definite answer for you. The number you have linked to your SIM4travel SIM card (07509) is a number registered in Jersey. Calls to Channel Island numbers are not included in your free minutes and are classed as calling Europe (Click here for more info on Vodafone World) and so you would be charged for calling this number. Calls to the Channel Islands are charged at 94p per minute as standard (click here for more info on Vodafones World rates.)[/COLOR]
#31
Voted hot,

Been looking for Sims to use in France for calls between the family. Using UK mobiles make this really expensive as all calls are routed through UK.
These are perfect for us calling the kids & vice versa.
Many Thanks
#32
HOT, Great find with great rates. O2 charge me loads for roaming---not anymore :)
#33
This is stupid. Just buy a local SIM when you get there. It will always work out much cheaper.
#34
I have had a very bad experience with Sim4travel, even though the deal is a good one, bought my sim last year for 29.99 with £10 credit, made only a 1 minute call with my £10, could never get connection after that. The way it works is that you call somebody, the line gets disconnected and then you receive a call, pick up and then it should be ringing the other person, but in my case, i received the call to my number but it did not connect to the intended caller but i was charged anyway. I contacted CS when i was back in UK and hoped for a refund at least, even though i was frustrated because i solely relied on sim4travel since my payg o2 sim was barred from roaming, and it let me down at a very important time. I was told by CS that my mobile (n95) was not compatible and they were not willing to refund the balance. But they had no advice on which phone was compatible and nor could they explain the one call which already materialized from the same N95 phone.
my advice, avoid them, there is much better deals in terms of rates from [url]www.united-mobile.com[/url] or [url]www.mycherrymobile.com[/url]
#35
I looked at this and it was far more expensive than buying a SIM card in your destination country. The only advantages I can see to this is that you'll know your number before you go, if you need to give the number to the people that will need it and you can keep the same number for each trip. Having said that it would probably still be cheaper to buy a SIM when you arrive at the destination and then text anyone back here that would need your number.

Article on MSE http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/phones/cheap-roaming-calls
#36
got these free as part of my expedia holiday booking. They are rubbish. The callback feature doesn't work properly and you can't make calls when you really need to. Ended up using a payphone in the end. Can't vote cold enough. Avoid. you'll be wasting your money
#37
kenan557
This is stupid. Just buy a local SIM when you get there. It will always work out much cheaper.


If you don't know what you are talking about, shut up.

Just look at the cost of sims in France, Virgin are the cheapest at 15 Euros with 5 Euros credit. That's 10 Euros just for the sim.
I know because I spent yesterday trying to find French Sim cards
#38
kenan557
This is stupid. Just buy a local SIM when you get there. It will always work out much cheaper.


As catherton says sims are not cheap in france nor are the call charges, ALSO they expire if not used for 30 days so any credit on them is lost.

This is a far better deal for me and others in france calling frequently :thumbsup:
#39
how do you get to the offer page using quidco:?

its ok I was being a bit stoopid (left £10 sim in url)
#40
Sorry - girlie question (ie non-techie)! Could we put these in our mobiles and use them when we are all in America (ie don't want to call home just contact each other when we've split up in the parks or at the mall) or all they all routed back through UK.

Sorry if this is a stupid question!

BL :oops:

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