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DRNewcomb (Offline)
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Default 04-04-2006, 12:53

One thing about this group is that we like to find the cheapest way possible to do something. Depending on your comfort level (or lack of) with some of our suggestions, you might just want to buy a US SIM from a UK seller like 0044. This is more expensive but does not require transoceanic post, etc.
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Default 09-04-2006, 00:38

If you got a t-mobile us sim you can get away with depending on the area you can get a calling card for $2.00 that has possibly upto 3 hours to a landline there
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Default 23-04-2006, 00:41

Hopefully this isn't too late for your departure, but just an idea!

You can go to and purchase your sim card there - they have several providers like Oxygen, and it looks like you can ship overseas. One of my employees used their service last year and it worked really well. The GSM starter kits are $24 and include 50 minues of air time.

Good luck.

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