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Default Well, 2018 is here. - 01-01-2018, 02:15

Well, 2018 is here.
What is going on in Europe?
Anything new and wonderful on the prepaid front?
And International SIM cards. Are they relevant anymore?
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Default 01-01-2018, 17:04

The relevance of those international cards has diminished significantly. It will only get worse. Unless those cards can provide cheap data rates. Most folks communicate via apps like whatsapp, etc these days.

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Default 02-01-2018, 15:12

I have stopped using international cards for many years now. I use a UK sim card for Europe. I get a local sim when I am in the country I am working in.

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