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Standard User locutus
(experienced) Tue 23-May-17 15:31:59
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Re: Sim for France


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So what UK network are you on?

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Standard User uno
(knowledge is power) Tue 23-May-17 15:32:42
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Three for Business and Vodafone personally.

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Standard User locutus
(experienced) Tue 23-May-17 18:42:38
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Vodafone EuroTraveller is £3 a day to use your UK allowance of calls., texts and data.

https://www.vodafone.co.uk/explore/costs/travelling-...

May be easier than finding a local SIM?

Make sure you have roaming enabled as well.

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Standard User GonePostal
(learned) Tue 23-May-17 19:19:40
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Re: Sim for France


[re: locutus] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by locutus:
Vodafone EuroTraveller is £3 a day to use your UK allowance of calls., texts and data.

https://www.vodafone.co.uk/explore/costs/travelling-...


Until June 2017 after which such roaming charges will be illegal in the EU. Your operator will only be able to charge at your domestic tariff. Details at http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/consumers/telec...
Standard User delone
(experienced) Tue 23-May-17 19:23:35
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Re: Sim for France


[re: Michael_Chare] [link to this post]
 
I was looking at anywheresim for some colleagues at work. Tested it out for a short while and it worked fine although in the end we didn't need it. Vodafone "fixed" signal issues in our business park.

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Standard User locutus
(experienced) Tue 23-May-17 20:11:56
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[re: GonePostal] [link to this post]
 
Yes, but the OP is going away next week.

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Standard User GonePostal
(learned) Tue 23-May-17 20:49:31
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In reply to a post by locutus:
Yes, but the OP is going away next week.


As June begins next week and depending on the dates of the trip, the OP may have to pay the roaming charges at the start of his trip but may be able to avoid them later on. Hope it's a good heads-up for him/her.
Standard User locutus
(experienced) Tue 23-May-17 20:55:42
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[re: GonePostal] [link to this post]
 
The OP is back by the 8th June, before Vodafone add Global Roaming for all existing pay monthly customers, from 11th June. This was all covered up thread.

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Standard User GonePostal
(learned) Wed 24-May-17 00:17:07
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[re: locutus] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by locutus:
The OP is back by the 8th June, before Vodafone add Global Roaming for all existing pay monthly customers, from 11th June. This was all covered up thread.


Apologies for not doing my homework. Perhaps I should have said "Hope it's a good heads-up for him/her or any other reader planning to go to an EU country soon."
Standard User ian72
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 24-May-17 08:21:15
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[re: locutus] [link to this post]
 
But you replied to Uno rather than the OP. The OP stated they have an EE sim - EE already allow you to use all your allowances whilst roaming at no charge. Uno may well not be going abroad until after the new roaming kicks in on Voda.
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