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bourbonkiller 20-11-2016 10:04

any experience with ACE worldtravelsim
 
I came across a service called ACE worldtravelsim in some internet forums. Googled the service and got the following website: https://worldtravelsim.com/proddetai...rld.Travel.SIM

I am looking mainly for a SIM with free incoming calls in certain countries to divert my local VOIP DID's from localpone.com. Outgoing Calls are not important at all.

The service offers free incoming calls in 75 countries on the UK number, and NO EXPIRY of SIM and balance.

Does anyone of you have experience with this SIMcard?

BK

ghostrider 30-11-2016 04:34

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Originally Posted by bourbonkiller (Post 48875)
The service offers free incoming calls in 75 countries on the UK number, and NO EXPIRY of SIM and balance.

Does anyone of you have experience with this SIMcard?

BK

Thanks for the tip. I'll give a look since it should not expire.

ghostrider 01-12-2016 15:23

I sent an email asking what kind of UK number they assign and got no reply. This means just one thing: stay away. Go for the Lemonsim, they'll get you cheaper rates, better services and two numbers (Estonian and UK).

dg7feq 02-12-2016 17:33

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Originally Posted by ghostrider (Post 48881)
I sent an email asking what kind of UK number they assign and got no reply. This means just one thing: stay away. Go for the Lemonsim, they'll get you cheaper rates, better services and two numbers (Estonian and UK).

but they have a connection fee on the UK number: "Incoming calls on UK number will generate a "connection fee" of 0.15 (doesn't matter how long is the call) over the normal rates while incoming calls to the estonian number will never have any connection fee."

ghostrider 04-12-2016 16:42

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Originally Posted by dg7feq (Post 48882)
but they have a connection fee on the UK number: "Incoming calls on UK number will generate a "connection fee" of 0.15 (doesn't matter how long is the call) over the normal rates while incoming calls to the estonian number will never have any connection fee."

Yes, I confirm that, but in general, they are by far more reliable.
I have been exploring lots of cards and I still consider the best four these:
Lemonsim (two numbers)
Travelsim
Airbalticcard (you can chose your own cli)
Tellink (excellent for European destinations and for some outside Europe).
The other providers have conditions so complicated that a degree in law and communications doesn't suffice.:p

dg7feq 05-12-2016 10:18

Yes, also for me the days for international traveller SIM are nearly over.
I still keep a XXSIM for more exotic destinations and use the togglemobile to create international phone numbers from time to time which can be handy. All others expired for good long time ago...


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