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Comment by adamj, on 12-Jan-2008 17:51
I got one of these a few months ago just in case. never know when it might come in handy.
Comment by mckenndk, on 13-Jan-2008 17:19
Dam my sister just came over here (uk) for a visit.
If i knew telecom were giving these out I would of told her to get one and she would not of had to buy a vodafone sim.
Useful to know thanks Tony have other Telecom people coming over to visit later in the year so will inform them.
Are they available to anyone on account plans?
Comment by nzbnw, on 13-Jan-2008 17:33
@ mckenndk; These Telecom SIM cards are strictly for use while roaming overseas, they will not work in NZ. If you wish to buy a local Telecom SIM card, you will have to wait until November 2008 when Telecom launches their new GSM/WCMDA mobile network. Although it is worth noting the phone will need to have GSM 850 MHz band and 2100 MHz if 3G services are required.
Comment by mckenndk, on 13-Jan-2008 17:56
Thats all good my sister would of used it here in the uk while visiting me.
When I get back home (NZ) either at the end of the year or early 2009 will have a look at Telecom again if I can use my N95 on their new network.
Comment by ghostboy666, on 16-Jan-2008 17:10
Um, dude that's a International Roaming SIM Card, the official Telecom SIM cards won't be released until November 1st when Telecom get's the new WCDMA network. Ah well.....