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# 68280 18-Sep-2010 10:08
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Hi I need to buy a Telstra Pre-Paid Sim Card ready for my trip to AU this year with the family.

Sim Card must be Telstra and support Next G.

I am willing to buy New or Used (as long as its still active)

I would like one with limited credit or no credit

send me a PM

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  # 381593 18-Sep-2010 11:54
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I am more keen to buy a used pre-paid card with phone number.


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  # 381629 18-Sep-2010 14:54
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Not really the answer you were looking for but;

Wouldn't it be easier to pick one up at the airport when you land? My mate in AUS said they aren't hard to get ahold of, and you just chuck it in and off you go.





 
 
 
 




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  # 381634 18-Sep-2010 15:17
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Aaroona: Not really the answer you were looking for but;

Wouldn't it be easier to pick one up at the airport when you land? My mate in AUS said they aren't hard to get ahold of, and you just chuck it in and off you go.


Thanks for the reply, my problem is I have an iPhone 4 so i require a micro sim card, I cant get them at brisbane airport I have called sent emails all tell me the same thing they don't have them for pre-paid, only contract.
cuz of this I need to get a normal size card while i'm in NZ and cut it down (I have done it before with my current sim card).

reason I cant do it there is I wont have the tools needed i.e scissors (witch they wont let you take on a plane) and im only taking one small carry on bag with me (no checked bags)

If I cant buy one in NZ I'm going to have to risk it and buy one at the airport (and cut it down)

If you know someone with a working telstra AU sim card I will by it off them.

cheers


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