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Affordable Cellular Service for Italy
Affordable cellular service for travelers to Italy. Cellular Abroad has teamed up with Vodafone Italia to offer a special service for Americans and Canadians traveling to Italy and needing affordable cellular service. This is an exclusive Cellular Abroad solution and in addition, we are the US and Canada exclusive dealers for Uno Mobile.
This cell phone service for Italy is pay as you go (similar to Tracphone in the US) and therefore, you do not need to sign a contract. The service works like this - you add call credit to the phone and when you make a call, credit is subtracted depending on where you call (0.09 Euros per minute within Italy and 0.35 to the US or Canada). If you receive a call, you do not pay anything and hence your credit stays the same. If and when you need more talk time you can either call Cellular Abroad or purchase talk time locally at a tabacchi in Italy (tabacchis are stores in Italy where stamps and newspapers are sold). In addition to being able to make and receive affordable cell phone calls within Italy, the Uno Mobile SIM card also works with data and is compatible with iPhones, iPads as well as smart phones.
Whether your trip is just for a week or for a year, this is the perfect solution for you. Cellular Abroad can rent you a phone (ideal for short visits), sell you a phone or, if your phone already works overseas, sell you just the Italian SIM card.
Cellular Abroad also offers data SIM cards for sale and for rent. We also rent MiFis with Italian SIM cards and unlimited data!
For further information please visit www.cellularabroad.com or call 800-287-5072
Company: Cellular Abroad
Street: 425 Culver Blvd
City: Playa del Rey
Zip/Postal Code: 90293
Website: www.cellularabroad.comE-mail: Click here to send an e-mail inquiry
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