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Default "Abroadband" internet sim - 20-11-2013, 22:16

Does anyone have experience? He would buy but I'm not sure!

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Default 20-11-2013, 23:33

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Does anyone have experience? He would buy but I'm not sure!

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At 54 euro cents per MB, no thanks
   
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Default 21-11-2013, 13:58

http://www.prepaidgsm.net/forum/showthread.php?t=6587

It seems that abroadband still exist...
   
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Default 22-11-2013, 14:28

I've used it, very reliable, and sometimes the cheapest and easiest option, though less competitive in last year or so, with Piranha and now free roaming from T-Mob (at least for US residents).
Roamline is similar idea, has better rates in US and Europe.
At least post-paid, so I'm not stuck with lots of credit on legacy sim cards!
   
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Default 03-02-2014, 08:15

Abroadbad is terminating their service end of March, 2014, see website.
I'll order a roamline SIM. Mainly I need the data abroad for triggering Betamax calls to a local SIM when there are problems to enable data on that SIM.
   
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Default 04-02-2014, 15:13

54 cents a MB?

Rather like using a 50 euro note to light a smoke - expensive!


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Default 05-02-2014, 13:36

not cheap, but for a few days in Russia, and other non-EU countries outside North America, it has been best option, rock solid reliable, cheaper than Roamline, truphone, etc.
   
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