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Topic # 57183 4-Feb-2010 22:16
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Ok,

Trademe is useless in this regard so here I go.

 

I am taking a trip to the USA in July and I will be taking my 3GS with me, as I will want a new sim card to avoid Vodafones expensive charges, who should I go with? 

I am mainly looking for data with a few calls, and the only thing I have found that is decent so far is http://www.mrsimcard.com/iphone.html although it is quite expensive $80usd for unlimited data, text and 500mins of calls (only a 3 week trip and i really only need unlimited data and a few calls)

 

Any ideas? I have to say it would be dam handy if I could get the $29.99 iPad internet price especially as it is unlimited and no contract lol

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  Reply # 296232 4-Feb-2010 22:19
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Well the iPhone is perfect AT&T, you could get prepaid sim with them



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  Reply # 296233 4-Feb-2010 22:21
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Yea, except basically all AT&T prepaid offer 100mb of internet for $20usd a month which well aint going to happen.



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  Reply # 297129 8-Feb-2010 18:15
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After a fair bit of searching it looks like the MrSimcard is the best as T-Mobile wont provide that service without purchasing some sort of phone from them in order to get the sim card.


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