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peterquinn wrote: ....
Found this 1-cent sim for UltraMobile: www.ezkonnect.com/ultra-mobile-triple-cut-regular-micro-and-nano-sim-card.html
UltraMobile's sim is free, but only if one buys one of their plans. So I was thinking of splurging the 1 cent on this sim so I can keep it as a backup and pay for a plan only when I need it.
Does that sound like a good idea? Does anyone have experience with this seller? Will this work as backup option?
Isamorph wrote: Probably too much of an upfront cost, but I was going to suggest a Truphone sim. $30 for the sim which includes $15 of PAYGO credit. It uses the AT&T network in the USA with calls at 9 cents a minute, texts at 9 cents each, and data at 9 cents per MB. However, all incoming calls and texts are free and it's a shame the same cannot be said for incoming data. One can tether at 9 cents an MB, but not much at that price. You truly are PAYGO, though, and I believe it's still the case one need only make a call once every six months to keep things active. I've had a TP sim for several years used as a backup.
dst11 wrote: What network does Truphone use in the U.S.