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Looking For A New Cell Phone Provider ReadySim Could Be Your Answer

 So if you are looking for a new cell provider that provides great plans, and cellular reception within your area. Then ReadySim from Roam Mobility may be your answer. Renewable and disposable sims cards for your unlocked GSM smart device. Make’s Ready Sim an appropriate decision for any situation.


ReadySim Run Down:



In my time with the Cellular company I used their service as an replacement for my T-mobile service for a week. I am very impressed with how consistent my data speeds that were offered by ReadySim performed. ReadySim uses T-mobile’s HSPA+ 42 speeds which allowed me to continue my daily WiFi Hotspot and YouTube needs.


How Does ReadySim Work:



ReadySim comes in a variety of sim card sizes. You can basically use it in any unlocked GSM phone, and tablet which includes iPhone and iPad. So once you ordered the plan you wanted and picked you sim card size. Once it arrives in you hands the setup to get your phone up in running is simple. Throw in the Sim card and text your ZIP code to 7850, and after a minute or two you will receive a message with your local area phone number for that. Then after that you can access the data by going into your phone's APN settings to create a new APN called “roam”, then boom you have data.


So after your term of service is up, but like to keep the number you have you can check the ReadySim site to see if there is any local retailers or Kiosks available so you can then redeem you your sim another service period, but hurry you only have 30 Days.



ReadySim Plan’s :



Unlimited talk and text SIMs with no data support run $15 for 3 days, $20 for a week, $25 for two weeks, or $40 for 30 days. With data, you'll pay $25 for a week with 500MB, $35 for two weeks with 1GB, and $55 for 30 days with 2GB. The available plans allows the company to stay affordable and yet competitive.



My Time With ReadySim:



My with ReadySim was quite pleasant. The phone I was able to use the service on was a Google Nexus 5 which is quite an impressive piece of hardware read my review HERE. Since the Nexus 5 is compatible with T-Mobile I experienced the same quality calls and sometimes better data speeds with ReadySim, then T- Mobile. ReadySim is a unique service offering something new to its industry it still a little bit of expanding to go for until it reaches more people. While I could not redeem my sim with new a new service plan since there was not any retailers of the sort in my area I would have likely kept my ReadySim service in which I really did enjoy.  
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1 comments:

  1. I really have been waiting on a good cell replacment

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