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Mr. SimCard provides its customers a simple way to procure a prepaid sim card and pay for services as you need them – all with no hassle! Its as simple as inserting a prepaid sim in your unlocked GSM phone, and you are good to go.

Mr SimCard is committed to offering the best available SimCard products both Domestic and International. We offer products for users in the United States and users in the rest of the world.  International travelers will benefit from our International Prepaid Sim Cards.

We have created this blog to share with you the various ways one can use the prepaid sim cards we offer.  There are lots of options and sometimes it help to put yourself in someone’s shoes to help determine what is the best product for them.

Read on and enjoy. 



3 Responses

  1. Hello,

    Two seperate questions.

    1. I will be travelling to USA in July and would like to use my iPhone with data, mainly for gps/maps. Which plan do you recommend?

    2. I will be travelling to Bahamas for 5 months in November. Is the iPhone suitable for use on the LIME network? Are there any data facilities on LIME and if so how much do they cost?

    • Hi,

      I am travelling to London next June and would like to buy a pre-paid sim card to receive/make calls and texts and also use the internet on my Iphone, I will also be in Spain and Portugal for 3 weeks and am wondering if I can get 1 sim card to cover the entire time. Also what are the call costs and rates when using the internet.

      thanks for your help in advance


  2. Hi

    I am coming to US in August and i’m looking for a prepaid simcard for my iphone.

    1. how long would it take to get one sent to new zealand?
    2. Do i need to activate the sim card and what is that process? is it just done over the internet. I would like to be able to swap out sim cards in flight, so when I arrive in US i’m all good to go don’t want to be mucking around.
    3. when I go home, can I save the simcard to use again, how long do the call and data blocks last, and how easy for me to refill?

    for your help

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