i live between two countries, and with one sim not only do i can the benefits of global roaming and cheaper data packages, but I also get an australian number attached to it, so I just divert my number in Australia to the Australian number on my onesim (wont cost me anything to divert since its an australian number) and then my one sim will ring whilst I am in Qatar, so I only pay for receiving the call not for the diversion aswell. Perfect
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Simple. Fast. Straightforward
I wanted a US number that I could use from Australia. I did a bunch of research and came up with OneSim. I must admit I was a little skeptical at first and thought that the service wouldn't work properly or it would be some sort of "kludge" that redirect text messages to email or something similar. But I was wrong. I ordered online and it was actually sent by AusPost and arrived in two days. I put it in my phone, activated online, changed my iPhone settings as described in the "Start" card in the packaging and away it went. Works the same as a "normal" SIM would in the US. Nice one!
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The card arrived very promptly in via Express Post. The instructions were quite clear, although there are quite a number of plans available which may be a bit confusing.
The activation is straight forward and worked promptly. Clear instructions also for the installation of the profile on my iPhone 5S, which worked flawlessly. Had to uninstall this profile once I stuck my normal Telstra SIM SIM card back in the phone.
Best roaming Sim
I place the order in the morning and i got my sim next day. I was thinking it will take few weeks because the sim was in USA but they got a local distributor in Australia. I don't travel a lot but maybe once per year and this sim is great for my use.I have start using this One sim and it is great.
The good thing about this Sim is, the incoming is free in most country.
Economical International SIM for multiple country use
We travel regularly to many diverse overseas countries and the biggest issue is always the need to have economical internet access for making hotel bookings, GPS navigation, Uber bookings and keeping in touch.
Our OneSim Plus SIM was purchased in October 2016 and was first used overseas in December 2016.
I have a lot of experience with the hassles of buying a “local” SIM in the countries that we travel in. The major issue is getting adequate network coverage which can be patchy when you are using one local telecommunications provider whe...reas OneSim has solved this issue by having contractual arrangements with multiple local network providers in the country you travel to. Another critical issue is language barriers, particularly in Asian countries like Thailand where the local language is not readable and sometimes vendors do not speak adequate English which can mean you pay good money for a SIM that ends up being almost useless. Recharging can also be a hassle, but OneSim’s website makes account balance top-ups through PayPal very easy and for checking your account usage, together with flexible choices for calls and data discounted packages if you want to use them for higher usage. We have now successfully used our OneSim in the following countries: 1. United Arab Emirates, Oman & cruising some other Middle Eastern countries in December 2016
The worst choice I have made
The OneSimCard Europe Plus service i purchased is a dud! After it drained all my initial credit on one internet session, I recharged USD $50 and again it drained it all in data in a few short sessions. I have ditched it in the rubbish bin and will never use their products again. A local SIM is the best solution.
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Exactly what I needed!
I will be traveling through Japan, Europe and the US and need to be able to use my mobile phone for calls, sms and data. This card offers it all in a single package. Set up was easy and it works perfectly. The "callback" thing takes a bit of getting used to but it works so it's a minor annoyance. The rates are great and having multiple ways to recharge especially automatic renewal of data packages when the data is used up is very convenient. It would be more convenient to recharge directly through BPay but again it's not a big deal to go through the intermediate OneSimCard account.
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Detailed Review of Europe & More SIM
I used onesimcard Europe & More SIM card on 2 different trips and I am very happy with the service.
My phone is iPhone 5S. The first trip was to to USA and Canada. My second trip was to Scandinavian countries - Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, then I was in Russia and on the way back I spent few days in UK.
Good things about the SIM:
a. The coverage was good. I had good signal pretty much everywhere. 1SIM roams on major networks, so until you go to the G-d forgotten place in the country, you will get the connection.
b. Direct Dial.... If you are not familiar with other SIM cards – most current roaming SIM cards are using callback. The callback is not a big deal, but it is more conventional when you dial the number and just get connected rather than answering the callback after the number is dialed to get connected.
Beats the crap the others are selliing
I travel overseas a lot for business, and also have a number of staff that do also. I tried two different companies prior to One Sim Card and now I kick myself for not reading the fine print. This product is a little more expensive than the others up front, however we now save money in under two days.
Our fist cards came directly from the US, however I placed an order the other day and noted they now come direct from Australia making the service even better.
Lots of money to be saved.
My only feedback is that the prices are still in $US which can be confusing, but do the maths and you've got a bargain in the long run.
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Single SIM working well in many countries.
I have been using onesimcard sim for many years. I used it in Europe, North and South America and Asia. It worked everywhere. The service is prepaid. All use info is provided in the on-line account. I saw no surprises. Rates are reasonable, especially data rates and the service is reliable. Many features offered including VOIP calling with the same phone number. I just upgraded by phone to iPhone 6 and ordered a Nano size from onesimcard. I definitely recommend.
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Questions & Answers
my local mobile data package is with the second SIM (which is in WorldSIM). can I use the data ? Johnson (Singapore)
OneSimCard is not WorldSIM. Each service can only be used with their respective SIM card using their own service packages. If using a OneSimCard SIM you can use it for talk, text and data at the rates posted on our site. See rates here:
If we misunderstood your question, please feel free to contact us directly so that we may better assist you.
HI, my daughter is travelling to Nepal and spending time in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Ghandruk and Landruk, and then spending a day or two in Singapore. What would you suggest for her?
Thank you for contacting us. We recommend our OneSimCard Universal SIM for call, text and data service in Nepal. See rates here:
The same SIM will work in Singapore:
The service is prepaid and requires a unlocked device for compatibility. You can view more information in our FAQ here:
However, if you have any specific questions or need assistance be sure to contact us directly at our support number +1 617 313 8888 or open a email ticket: http://www.onesimcard.com/contact-support/
you can also visit our site www.onesimcard.com and select on the live chat box to speak to a rep LIVE.
Where to buy in Australia?
OneSimCard is available in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra at the below listed WH Smith, Gadgetshop and Supanews stores. You can also always purchase directly from our webstite: www.onesimcard.com.au
Sydney International Airport – WH Smith
*Terminal 1 Departures, Piers A, B, C
*Terminal 1 Landside
*Terminal 1 Arrivals
Sydney City – WH Smith
* University of New South Wales - Morvern Brown Store
* Univerisity of New South Wales - Quadrangle Store
Melbourne International Airport – WH Smith
* Terminal 2 Departures
* Terminal 2 Landside
* Terminal 4 Departures
* Terminal 4 Landside
Melbourne City – WH Smith
* Southern Cross Train Station Ground Floor
* Southern Cross Train Station First Floor
Brisbane International Airport – Gadgetshop
* International Terminal
* Domestic Terminal
Brisbane City – WH Smith
* Central Railway Station
Perth International Airport – WH Smith, Gadgetshop
* Terminal 1 – WH Smith
* Terminal 1 – Gadgetshop
* Level 0
Canberra City – Supanews
* Canberra Centre
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