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Default 27-03-2014, 11:10

Just for the records, calls to other Aldi subscribers cost just € 0.03/min even from EU/EEA member states and Switzerland. So Aldi is also very interesting for people who travel in Europe and look for a cheap way to call each other.


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Just for the records, calls to other Aldi subscribers cost just 0.03/min even from EU/EEA member states and Switzerland. So Aldi is also very interesting for people who travel in Europe and look for a cheap way to call each other.
This is indeed very interesting. Its funny how one of the main roaming requirements of almost all tourists is just to call other members of their family who might well be in the same shopping mall! (or in my case... usually in the same shop!) I know of some people who use 2-way radio for this... though I do say it is a sorry sight ever so much more embarrasing than a discreet phone... "Hank...where have you wandered off to again?... can you come down to the lingerie section and give tell me which of these you prefer..."

For a travelling family, buying a pair (or more) of these SIMs is really interesting. I actually do not even know of any cheaper alternative in the EU, or even any other product that comes close.
   
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Default What Happens When You Exhaust Your Roaming Data Quota? - 21-04-2014, 18:28

If one purchases the 120 MB/7 day data package, what is the charge for extra MB? Is it possible to buy a second package within the 7 day period?
   
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Default 21-04-2014, 21:15

Exceeding data volume is billed with € 0.23/MB and yes, you can immediately buy another package once you have consumed those 120MB, even if that is before the 7-day period has ended. Unfortunately you cannot order a second package before the first one has expired so there is no way to seamlessly use the next package without being billed a few kilobytes separately.


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Default 29-04-2014, 16:24

Is it possible in Germany to activate call forwarding to another tel.number? while simcard is in roaming i can confirm this is not possible
   
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Default 29-04-2014, 16:29

No, unfortunately no forwardings except for such to your mailbox are supported, no matter if you are roaming or not. Actually very few German prepaid providers allow forwardings and even those who support such often limit forwardings to the own mobile network.


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Default 13-08-2014, 19:46

Hi, Everyone! The EU Internet-Packet 150 brochure says 150MB/7d "im EU-Ausland". Does that mean that I can connect to the Internet while travelling in all European countries excluded Germany?? If so, do I need to buy an additional packet for Germany? Thx.
   
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Default 13-08-2014, 19:59

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Does that mean that I can connect to the Internet while travelling in all European countries excluding Germany??
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so, do I need to buy an additional packet for Germany? Thx.
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Default Recharging Aldi - 04-10-2014, 09:44

Aldi talk is a great option when travelling throughout the eu. However, it is still a problem for a non-German to buy credit outside Germany. While, the Prelado site allows purchases using PayPal, you are restricted to an "unknown" time interval between subsequent purchases. Are there alternative 3rd party recharge sites that allow purchase of eplus (Aldi Talk) vouchers with either a non-German credit card or PayPal?
   
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Default 11-02-2015, 14:43

in case you are still searching - you can purchase credit for nearly all german cards here: http://www.guthaben.de/
using credit card or paypal (transaction fee 99ct).
unfortunately the page is in german only


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