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Global Calls with Local Rates via $40 SIM Card

 Assets Resources 2007 09 Maxroam
This sounds a little too good to be true. I don’t have an unlocked GSM phone since I’m a Verizon subscriber so I can’t really test this service out. I found it on LifeHacker, though, so that’s credible enough for me to post here. Beware the fine print, though, just to be sure.

So get this: For $40, you can buy this card without the phone. Cubic says that you can slip it into any GSM phone — even your regular T-Mobile or AT&T phone, as long as it’s an “unlocked” phone (one that works with other companies’ SIM cards). Then your own cellphone behaves exactly like the Cubic phone described up to this point.


September 30, 2007 - Posted by | Geeks and Gadgetry, General, How-To

1 Comment

  1. Maxroam went live

    Cubic Telecom’s Maxroam went live today and I really like the prices for this international SIM card. Making a call to wherever in the world costs €0.35 if you are in Germany. There is no difference between countries. The entire world costs the same …

    Trackback by Markus Goebel's Tech News Comments | October 1, 2007

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