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Default Austria prepaid - 04-11-2007, 20:57

Several friends are heading to Austria for about a month and would like to purchase a pair of local SIM cards.

As far as I can tell <b>bob wertkarte</b> is their best bet, except it's not too clear how long the registration process takes and what kind of information is required. The second question is where can top-ups be purchased?

Can anyone shed some light into this?

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Default 05-11-2007, 10:29

I guess you can use A1 refills, since Bob is a 2nd brand of this operator. I don't know if in Austria registration is compulsory, btw I don't think it would be so long...
Anyway surely Yesss is also a good, cheap and easy solution.


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Default 05-11-2007, 18:11

When I bought my tele.ring SIM in September in Bregenz, no identification was required (that I recall), unlike in Germany and Switzerland.


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When I bought my tele.ring SIM in September in Bregenz, no identification was required (that I recall), unlike in Germany and Switzerland.
I don't think they require identification but at least for bob, they require a phone or online registration be completed before the card becomes active (at least that's what I managed to understand with my limited german - good enough to order a couple of beers and schnitzels).


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Default eety - 05-11-2007, 23:33

In Austria you can get prepaid sims from eety, they offer really competetive tarifs, e.g. calls to Canada mobile networks and landlines 0.121
(I've had the internetaddress of a german dealer but I can't remember/find it)

http://www.eety.at/start.php?language=en
   
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