Just home from Munich. Found buying sim for my mobile hotspot much trickier than expected. I speak German, but even so it was a challenge: Some sims looked just perfect for purpose reading the blurb. On further investigation, you’d find they could not be used as modem (mifi hotspot) and others didn’t permit VOIP so I found it a bit of a minefield. Nothing suitable was available for less than the 20 euro I paid for 200Mb. (I had to curtail my searching a bit due to time pressure.) The request for pin came up on my mifi and guy in shop popped the sim into his phone to clear that problem. And now a question please. Anyone know good value data only flat rate sim for my mifi to use in AUSTRIA soon? Very grateful for any advice offered. Thanks again for most helpful article! John Das Angebot an Smartphones unterschiedlicher Marken ist mittlerweile riesengroß.
Die Hersteller überschlagen sich mit immer neuen Funktionen und immer höheren Leistungsstandards. Brillante Displayauflösungen, superschnelle Prozessoren, hochempfindliche Kameras und innovative Sonderfunktionen machen die Multifunktionshandys zu absoluten High-Tech-Geräten für unterwegs. Welches Gerät das richtige ist, bekommen Sie am besten heraus, wenn Sie einen Smartphone Vergleich machen. Dabei sollten Sie berücksichtigen, welche Funktionen Ihnen an Ihrem Handy wichtig sind. Legen Sie Wert auf eine besonders lange Akkulaufzeit und schnelles Internet? Dann sind Sie vielleicht mit einem Samsung Smartphone gut bedient. Oder liegen Ihnen eine intuitive Menüführung und optimale Bedienbarkeit am Herzen? Dann ist das HTC One vielleicht das perfekte Handy für Sie. I was planning to pick up a Blauworld or Vodaphone or other cheap SIM card at Tegel, use it for a few voice calls in Germany, then, similarly in Prague and Austria. Perhaps one or 2 calls to USA. I figure I will make few enough calls outside of Germany that I will just pay the German service provider`s roaming charges rather than having to deal with multiple providers. Anyone wanting to move data from their old smartphone to their new one before cashing it in can seek professional assistance from Saturn.
Thanks to Saturn’s while-you-wait service, customers can have their new device set up for them, including existing data transferred. What’s more, Saturn’s service engineers can expertly fit screen protectors. Tip 1: You might want to have a look at Preis24 for good deals. What this website is that they buy phones and mobile phone plans in bulk to all those providers to get a better price for you. It’s also a nice way to compare plans between providers. You can either choose a contract + phone bundle or a contract alone. They even have offers for pre-paid plans. DeinHandy is also a good alternative where you can also compare plans. For mobile internet AND calling you are best of with a provider that is targeted on international calling since the differences are quiet big throughout all networks, currently the best for data and calling I could find is the Lebara germany sim card from which you can call for only € 0,01 per minute to the US.