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alan99 14-01-2006 12:13

:help: I can't get the TravelSIM website to work. Whenever I go to http://www.travelsim.cc/ I get the homepage but clicking on On-Line Shop or Preise or Kontakt you just get a blank screen :sad:
Anyone else have this problem?? Also is it true they really don't charge for incoming calls in Russia?
Thanks

Przemolog 14-01-2006 12:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by alan99
:help: I can't get the TravelSIM website to work. Whenever I go to http://www.travelsim.cc/ I get the homepage but clicking on On-Line Shop or Preise or Kontakt you just get a blank screen :sad:
Anyone else have this problem??

On my computer the pages seem to be OK. I'm using Mozilla 1.6 on Win XP Pro.

Effendi 14-01-2006 18:12

It works perfectly for me too, Firefox 1.5 on Linux.
Anyway you can go to the other site, which is in English too:
http://www.onzoone.com/

andy 14-01-2006 21:21

Does it still have that huge music file on it? Maybe that is hogging the connection before the link will work.

alan99 14-01-2006 23:25

Thanks for replies. Still doesn't work for me, it seems to be downloading something everytime I try, it takes about 1 minute (I'm on an ADSL connection)...
www.onzoone.com works fine but there are no details on how to buy the card. I filled in their enquiry form a week ago but never got a response back!

alan99 15-01-2006 00:25

Have now got website to work but only by viewing source and seeing that the html points to http://www.onzoone.at/travelsimger/i...es/Page480.htm e.t.c.
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The on-line shop does not exist yet:
Hier entstehd in K?rze ein Onlineshop mit Aufladem?glichkeit.

In der Zwischenzeit informieren Sie sich bitte per Email ?ber die

derzeitigen Bezugsm?glichkeiten des TravelSIM-Startpaketes bzw. wie

Sie Guthaben aufladen k?nnen:
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So I sent an email..maybe I will get a reply this time!!

Also the website designer needs to find a new job!

Can you take a company seriously that puts that awful soundfile on their website?

gloomy 18-03-2006 03:29

Hello

I'm Rafael and I'm responsible for TravelSIM webpage (http://travelsimshop.com). Right now page is still under development so (should be ready soon - I have to implement some additional features to the system) all registrations as a customer or affiliate are limited.

If you have any questions, opinions, ideas how to improve this page I'm waiting for emails ( rw@travelsimshop.com )

Current features (for customer)
- online shop where you will be able to buy sim cards
- online recharge
- calls / sms billing
- transactions history + details
- recharge history
- balance verification

Affiliate features
- referers links to promote travelsim
- lifetime affiliate fee from each transaction from user registered with your affiliate id
- 24h online stats of sim card transactions / recharge
- affiliate customer stats

It will be much much easier to order travelsim card and recharge your accounts :)

Regards
Rafael


snaimon 18-03-2006 04:43

Rafael,

Thanks for the update and good luck. There are some decent rates and I like the free inbound in many places. BUT.....

This is probably NOT your main area but....

"Call rates are always less than your operator's roaming rates" from the home page. ALWAYS? Bet your life on it? Are you VERY sure? POSITIVE?

This statement is either an outright lie or advertising hyperbole. I'll give your firm the benefit of the doubt and attribute it to hype.

FOR EXAMPLE:

Let's start with your USA rates, which are not very impressive (low). According to the latest PDF file on the German site, a German D1 Xtra card supposedly has an inbound rate in the US (and actually in all of it roaming countries including Mexico and Canada) of 79 Euro cents per minute while roaming in the USA and 1.99 Euro per minute outbound to German phones from the USA. Your INBOUND rate is 2.09 Euros and OUTBOUND is 2.50 Euros. So much for ALWAYS.

For the USA one can easily purchase a US T-Mobile prepaid SIM and, coupled with most calling cards, beat the T-MO rates and the TravelSIM rates by quite a distance.

My US T-Mobile postpaid AND the German D1 prepaid Xtra card will also roam more cheaply in Canada AND Mexico than the TravelSIM. Your INBOUND is 3.55 Euros and outbound is 4.17 Euros per minute.

QED.

Sorry, but it might be even better not to show your absurd 4.17 Euros ($5.00) per minute outbound rates in Mexico. Sorry, but what a laugh!


Stan

gloomy 18-03-2006 04:55

thanks for comment :)

I'm not responsible for details which are on a page (marketing, travelsim service data like rates etc. I just put what i received from site owner) only for site development (programming & graphics ).

Anyway i will forward your comment to people responsible for this part of a page to check this and for sure we will do some necessary changes.

Thanks again
Rafael

I wrote a message here cuz i saw this referer in my log files :) and it is always good to talk with people who use products like this to prepare better system.

Przemolog 18-03-2006 09:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by gloomy
thanks for comment :)

I'm not responsible for details which are on a page (marketing, travelsim service data like rates etc. I just put what i received from site owner) only for site development (programming & graphics ).

Anyway i will forward your comment to people responsible for this part of a page to check this and for sure we will do some necessary changes.

Thanks again
Rafael

I wrote a message here cuz i saw this referer in my log files :) and it is always good to talk with people who use products like this to prepare better system.

Cześć, Rafael :)

Is Travelsim a business with a Polish share, at least partially?
Or you're just involved in "outsourcing mode" :)?


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