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Default Best rates in France between two sim cards - 05-05-2007, 16:22

Hi boys, the next week I will go in France.
I need two simcards with the cheapest option to talk between them!
I founded the option of Orange called "option journée infinie". 3 € a day from 07 to 17 pm every day but not the week end!
Then I founded with SFR the option L'appel 0.30 eur a semaine ou le week end but also this option until 17 pm monday from friday!!
Do you know another option? or a option that cover 17 pm until 22 pm?

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Default 08-05-2007, 21:44

With the Orange option "Duo Journée" you have 1 hour call to be used between 9 AM and 9 PM the day of the activation.
You can use this hour call to any number/operator in France.
It costs 3€.


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Default 09-05-2007, 07:54

Wow, when looking at the french prepaid rates this seems one of the rare countries where you are even cheaper if you roam with your own national card instead of buying a local prepaid....

Chris


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Talking 09-05-2007, 22:45

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Wow, when looking at the french prepaid rates this seems one of the rare countries where you are even cheaper if you roam with your own national card instead of buying a local prepaid....

Chris
Prepaid cards aren't cheap but postpaid cards are not that bad...
What about sms in Germany?
They cost two times the sms in France.


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Default 10-05-2007, 07:56

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Prepaid cards aren't cheap but postpaid cards are not that bad...
What about sms in Germany?
They cost two times the sms in France.
Really? hmm I pay 10ct/message on my prepaid and have 150 SMS free a month on my contract. More than enough as i hardly ever write SMS.


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Default 11-05-2007, 18:33

Is there anothers auggestions?
I need a cheap tarif after the 5 p.m.
Someone can help me???
   
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