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telnamobile 02-05-2009 03:33

telna Mobile [split thread]
 
Hi

My name is Herve and I work at telna Mobile. We just launched a new international roaming service that looks like all the ones you are mentioning in this post. It took us many years to work on it as we didn't want a service that would go down as quickly as many others you mentioned in this thread.

The reason I post in this thread is that we decided to waive our first year of annual fees for former celtrek customers as long as they still have the celtrek SIM card. The reason is that we would be able to switch those cards onto our network and make them work with our equipments. Our company would save, so we share the savings.

Our service is not prepaid, it is postpaid. But at this time we only sell it to customers in the US (sorry for the others).

You can check our website at telna Mobile - Low cost cellular service for international travelers(reduced roaming for inbound and outbound calls while abroad)

I'll keep an eye on the forum for your questions.

Thanks for looking!

telnamobile 05-05-2009 17:25

Hi

All our SIM cards are provided with a US DID since we are first targetting the US market. All the rates displayed on our website include the cost of a US DID.

Thanks!

Bossman 05-05-2009 18:07

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Originally Posted by telnamobile (Post 26708)
Hi

All our SIM cards are provided with a US DID since we are first targetting the US market. All the rates displayed on our website include the cost of a US DID.

Thanks!


telnamobile 05-05-2009 18:34

Bossman, can you tell me what browser/OS you are using?
I can access this website with IE 7, Firefox 3 and Chrome 2

Bossman 05-05-2009 18:47

I am using IE 6 on windows XP prof. Not a big deal. Was just gonna check it out.

telnamobile 05-05-2009 19:06

Bossman,

thanks for letting me know. The bug with IE6 is fixed. You should be able to check the website.

JeffG 05-05-2009 19:15

I wish Telnamobile was making the first year free offer for holders of the defunct Maxroam and/or the Yackie SIM.

telnamobile 05-05-2009 20:39

Hi

We gave it some thought and decided to expand the offer to all customers of other services listed on this page: PrePaidGSM.net: International GSM Operators

We have decided to create a competitive upgrade program where we provide you a free telna Mobile SIM card and waive the annual fee in the first year, in exchange for sending in your old card.

The way it would work is that you sign up on our website telna Mobile - Low cost cellular service for international travelers(reduced roaming for inbound and outbound calls while abroad) like a regular customer. Then you need to contact our customer service either by phone at 1-800-972-7538 or by email at info@telna.com and let us know that you would like to upgrade your old SIM card to telna Mobile. Then you need to send your old SIM card to: Telecom North America Inc
Attn: telna Mobile Upgrade Offer
2654 W Horizon Ridge Pkwy
Ste B5-143
Henderson, NV 89052

Please write down your name and address and a telephone number so we match your telna Mobile application. Once we receive your SIM card, we will smail your new telna Mobile SIM card and we will NOT charge the first year of annual fee, so the card will be entirely free of charge. We hope this will help a few people. We're working on adding a prepaid version of the service later on for non USA residents.

In the meantime if someone from outside USA is interested in our service, please PM me and we can figure something out. We're still building the non-USA offer and would be interested in hearing about the requirements of international customers. For example would you prefer a local Italian, French or German landline number for your SIM, that does not support inbound SMS, or would you prefer a USA number that will support inbound SMS?

JeffG 05-05-2009 20:56

Thank you! That's very decent of you. Looking forward to trying your service.

JeffG 05-05-2009 21:05

Telna... I looked at your application.... How do I keep you from billing the $49 up front after filling out the application? Is there a code I can put in the application which means "waiting for SIM?" or something? Or will customer service be able to stop the billing immediately based on an email or a phone call?


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