Sim cards for the world

World Sim is following up its success in the European market by launching its low rate sim-card at GITEX Technology Week.

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By  Administrator Published  October 22, 2008

World Sim is following up its success in the European market by launching its low rate sim-card at GITEX Technology Week.

"This is our first step into the Middle East, and what we've found at GITEX so far is very encouraging," says director of the firm, Arif Reza.

"Over the last few days of the show we've been very impressed, even though we would have liked to have been in GULFCOMMS.

"Unfortunately, we registered too late so we couldn't get a space, but even in this part of the exhibition we've had a brilliant response."

A World Sim chip gives customers the chance to receive calls free of charge from more than 55 nations, and also make relatively cheap international calls from dozens of countries.

The sim-card fits into any unlocked GSM mobile phone, comes with a UK phone number (+44), and there is no contract or line rental necessary to get it operational.

Arif added: "If you are travelling a lot and you are paying high roaming rates, our sim-card can save up to 90%."

"It is the first time a global roaming sim-card has allowed travellers to receive calls free of charge in more than fifty countries."

The company has split the world into six zones, two of which it is free to receive calls from; both zones include the UAE and the EU.

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