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# 254470 13-Aug-2019 15:23
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I came across this flexiroam deal so i have grabbed it for my upcoming travels in nov and dec

 

 

 

if someone is going sooner they can also perhaps try this out n give me a feeback in this thread , how good bad it was etc.

 

 

 

its free to sign up and data can be purchased via the app

 

 

 

( i did do some online digging and came up with good / decent reviews ) 

 

 

 

cheers

 

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 CallCloud here. We're actually getting some decent snowfall over this side of the ditch! Normally, we don't post here as postage to Kiwi isn't cheap!

 

But that doesn't affect our 100% cashback deal on our Global Data eSIMs!

 

So here we are offering:

 

FREE Flexiroam X Starter Kits (eSIM version only)

 

Compatible with an unlocked iPhone XR/XS & XS+ or iPad Pro 3

 

Ends Wednesday 14th of August 11:59 PM (or when I run out, so be quick)

 

How to get your refund:

 

     

  1. Purchase Flexiroam X Starter Kit (eSIM)
  2. Check your Junk/Spam folder for our order confirmation email
  3. Add us to your safe sender list or reply to our email
  4. We will email you a unique QR code for your Flexiroam X eSIM profile
  5. Download the Flexiroam X App and scan your QR to link to your Starter Kit
  6. USD $9.95 will be refunded once you become active in our online portal

 

Benefits of Flexiroam X eSIM Vs typical Travel SIMs (or Local SIMs)

 

  • Say goodbye to paperclips! (No plastic was harmed in the making of these SIMs)
  • Global coverage(callcloud.com.au) in ~160 countries. Don't believe Apple's propaganda(support.apple.com) our eSIM works anywhere we have coverage!
  • A Prepaid Travel eSIM that never expires. Buy once & simply top data plans up in the Flexiroam X App as you need!
  • Unmatched Plan flexibility, 1000's of options to suit every itinerary
  • If your plans change you can cancel your Data Plan(callcloud.com.au) and re-use the credit for your next trip overseas!
  • Tethering 2.0 with our data sharing feature(callcloud.com.au) allows plan sharing between users from anywhere in the world!
  • It is a data only SIM (so, no phone number) although it does have a cool Outbound Calling Feature(callcloud.com.au)
What's included with your order

 

  • 100MB of Data valid in all countries for 360 Days
Support

 

  • 24/7 Email & In App chat support provided by Flexiroam
  • Additional 100% Aussie support provided by CallCloud
Shipping

 

  • eSIMs are sent as a QR code via email (pretty much instantly)
Payment

 

  • You can check out securely with: PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, Amex & Apple Pay
  • Pricing is in USD (No GST applies)
Questions?

 

  • As always if you have any Questions please leave a comment here on Choice.
  • Message us on Facebook(m.me)
  • Message us on Apple Business Chat(bcrw.apple.com)

 


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  # 2296603 13-Aug-2019 15:23
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Allow me to introduce you folks to our new travel community: TravelTalk NZ.

 

We hope to see you there!

 





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  # 2296636 13-Aug-2019 16:10
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Not sure if this is such a good deal, it looks like you have to micromanage where you want to go and how much data you want to use for each location. Looking at the US for example it's $27.50 for 1GB for 24 days, or there's Americas for about the same price and duration, but no "give me global data for $X". The travel SIM I use has that, and the data is valid indefinitely as long as you top up at least once a year.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2296639 13-Aug-2019 16:13
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As a followup, if you're on Vodafone you're probably better off buying their $19 for 7 days roaming, which gives you 1GB data + 100 minutes talk + 100 texts. That's pretty tough to beat with a travel SIM, unless you're going to some oddball country, typically Middle East or Africa, which they don't cover.

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