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PhotoJim (Offline)
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Default 24-08-2007, 16:50

When do you leave? You could just pay someone in Canada to buy some prepaid cards for you and mail them to you, or give you the voucher numbers...

CA: SaskTel, Wind postpaid; Rogers, Bell postpaid iPad flex plans; US: T-Mobile postpaid data, prepaid voice; PureTalk (AT&T MVNO) prepaid voice/data; AT&T prepaid iPad plan

Hardware: Too much but notably iPhone 5, iPad Mini Retina LTE, Moto G LTE (N.A. version), iPhone 4. All unlocked.
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Stu (Offline)
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Default 25-09-2007, 03:24

I grew up ten miles from the Canadian border on the US side. I've never had a problem buying a prepaid SIM in Canada. I've had a harder time finding a SIM only deal.


PS: I don't know our personal needs, but what about just using Skype and hotel wifi?

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