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Default Prepaid card in Greece - 19-03-2007, 19:30

Hi!

I'll go to Greece from 15 to 22 April, and I'd like to buy a prepaid SIM card.

Excluded TIM and Vodafone, what kind of offer could be cheap (the cost of SIM card, too) to call Italy?


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Default 19-03-2007, 22:37

errr... ok my post was mangled
Your option is Cosmote then I use them, and I've had all positive experiences


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Default 19-03-2007, 22:58

If you would like to call Italy the cheapest option (directly) would be q card 1. It has 42 cents/min for Italy.
You can buy these cards from Athens cheaply (a few euros).
   
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Default 20-03-2007, 11:08

The Carrefour/Champion SIM's also have a rate of 0.42 to Italy. They also currently have an offer of double credit for in store top ups, so that would reduce the rate to 0.21/min.

http://www.carrefour.gr/mobile_champ...age=14&lang=en

Frog also has a charge of 0.42/min to Italy.

MoMad costs 0.59/min to Italy but currently has an offer for double credit with each top up, making it 0.295/min.

You have lot's of options if the main thing you want is cheap calls to Italy.

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Default 25-03-2007, 13:16

I'm thinking about a Frog Mobile sim card... but I'm a little unsure...

Where can I buy it?
Can I recharge it in every shop (post offices, newsagents, ecc...)?

Because I leave as a schooltrip, and I don't want to have problems...

PS: sorry for my english
   
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Default 25-03-2007, 15:53

You can recharge Frog (and any PAYG mobile) by buying cards from the "Periptero" (Kiosk) which you'll find on almost any street (in Athens at least). So you probably shouldn't worry
   
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Default 25-03-2007, 19:43

Ok, thanks... I hope because I'm a little worried about.

PS: if I speak in English, can anyone understand me?


Italian main SIM Cards:

3 Italy
iPhone 3G 8GB with 3Power (postpaid offer)
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Default 25-03-2007, 20:36

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PS: if I speak in English, can anyone understand me?
probably many more people than in Italy will be able to understand you in English...


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Default 25-03-2007, 21:29

Oh yes, naturally... :P


Italian main SIM Cards:

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Default 25-03-2007, 22:33

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Ok, thanks... I hope because I'm a little worried about.

PS: if I speak in English, can anyone understand me?
Yes probably

Even if the person at the kiosk doesn't speak English they will understand "frog".
   
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