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Default 05-11-2013, 07:45

Yes, but you won't be able to activate it as long as you haven't got a credit card issued in Andorra, Belgium, Germany, Ireland Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland or the United Kingdom.

By the way, I have four Joe SIMs to give away: http://www.prepaidgsm.net/forum/showthread.php?t=8354


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Yes, but you won't be able to activate it as long as you haven't got a credit card issued in Andorra, Belgium, Germany, Ireland Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland or the United Kingdom.

By the way, I have four Joe SIMs to give away: http://www.prepaidgsm.net/forum/showthread.php?t=8354
What are the prepaid debit cards that people referred to?
   
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Default 14-11-2013, 23:58

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What are the prepaid debit cards that people referred to?
Neteller is one I've seen mentioned, but not used.

I did maybe nearly get one for paying for occasional Ryanair flights without extra payment method fees, but the goalposts moved faster than I did.
   
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Default 15-11-2013, 13:46

Neteller is NOT available for US citizens. Check the list of Countries at their website.
   
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Default 15-11-2013, 18:45

Has anyone tried Visa gift cards?

http://www.visaeurope.com/en/cardhol...ift_cards.aspx

I'm curious if it would work for European sites. Americans have had problems paying online for train tickets, as well as recharging their prepaid mobile accounts.

For instance, 119.it won't take my US credit cards to top up my TIM SIMs.

It looks like Visa Europe Gift Cards are offered at post offices in France, specifically the French post office banks:

http://www.visaeurope.com/en/cardhol...providers.aspx

https://www.labanquepostale.fr/parti...de_emploi.html
   
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Default 16-11-2013, 21:38

From the Visa Europe providers page, I found this:

http://www.trans-cash.fr

They seem to sell at retail and typically lists tabacs and supermarkets.

http://www.trans-cash.fr/index.php?id=46#google_maps

The other providers require you to send for it as they will put in the recipient's name on the card.

The price doesn't seem too steep. A 50 Euro card at retail has a 5 Euro commission and 2.5 Euro if ordered on the web.

http://www.trans-cash.fr/fr/conditio...ransferts.html

The pictures show a EMV, though I don't know if they would give you a PIN to use?
   
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Default 16-04-2014, 00:44

Joe Mobile is now has a website in english for foreigners check it out at www.jmsim.eu

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Joe Mobile is now has a website in english for foreigners check it out at www.jmsim.eu

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That looks like someone using their affiliate referral scheme, such as any of us could do, not an official site by the brand itself.
   
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Default 17-04-2014, 13:17

Yes, that's not a Joe Mobile official website. Moreover, it wouldn't make sense to build up a new website, when they could easily translate the current one.
   
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http://www.universfreebox.com/articl...pe-pour-2-jour

quick translation: for 2€/day use your mobile as you are been en France.
received calls during roaming seems to be free too.


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Looks for free SIM with FR roaming Orange, Bouygues & SFR.

Delight mobile OK. Piranha mobile OK until now with a bad issue at the beginning.
   
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