Brief Introduction of Cellular Abroad’s services
Our mission is to provide international cellular service that is reliable, easy to use and affordable for anyone who desires to have cellular communication while traveling abroad. Our solutions are always prepaid with no monthly fees, contracts or hidden costs. Simply choose the option that you require and start using it. When you need more talk time, you can purchase it locally or from Cellular Abroad directly. Our 7 days/week customer service center will answer questions and support your throughout your travels.
Here is how it works
There are two basic solutions, country specific solutions and the National Geographic options that work in more than one country. You can use your own phone (when compatible), rent a phone or buy a phone. A country specific solution is appropriate if you are only traveling to one country and/or you prefer having a phone number pertaining to that country. National Geographic solutions give you the flexibility of traveling to over 130 countries while retaining one phone number and receiving free incoming calls in over popular destinations.
Using Your Own Phone
if your current handset is an unlocked, GSM handset with the appropriate networks, you can simply purchase a country specific SIM card or the National Geographic Travel SIM, slip it into your handset and immediately take advantage of the savings.
Renting a Phone
If your handset is not compatible for overseas travel, you can rent a handset. Again, there are two distinct solutions, country specific rentals and the National Geographic Rental Phone option. Generally speaking, if you are going to one country where a country specific solution is available, we recommend renting a solution that works only in that country as the calling rates are usually less expensive.
Purchasing a Phone/SIM
If you are a frequent traveler or will be staying a month or more overseas, it usually makes sense to purchase a solution. For travel in multiple countries, the National Geographic Travel Phone makes the most sense. If you will be going only to one country, say an overseas study program, a country specific solution is usually the best bet.
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