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PhotoJim (Offline)
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Posts: 389
Join Date: 10 Dec 2006
Location: Regina, SK, CA

Default 04-06-2015, 12:37

I wish I'd seen your message earlier - I just got home from Paris.

Having learned what I've learned now, I'd probably just pick up a Lebara SIM from a *tabac* in France. Alternatively, Toggle Mobile works well in a lot of countries (including France) - voice and text are cheap; data is moderately priced but livable. Because you can use Toggle in many countries, it's easier to justify keeping it alive long-term.

Incidentally I tried twice to go to Orange boutiques to pick up iPad SIMs (Pret a Surfer) and both claimed not to have them in stock. I decided to just live without the iPads instead of chasing down someone willing to sell me a SIM.

CA: SaskTel, Wind postpaid; Rogers, Bell postpaid iPad flex plans; US: T-Mobile postpaid data, prepaid voice; PureTalk (AT&T MVNO) prepaid voice/data; AT&T prepaid iPad plan

Hardware: Too much but notably iPhone 5, iPad Mini Retina LTE, Moto G LTE (N.A. version), iPhone 4. All unlocked.
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