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Mexico SIM Card

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Unlimited calls with Mexican/US numbers

Unlimited texting with Mexico/US numbers

Unlimited (up to 22GB of data) of 4G speed mobile data

US phone number

Plan lasts for 30 days from activation

Additional 30 day plans for $99.95

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Mexico SIM Card with Unlimited (up to 22GB of data) of data

The Mexico SIM card we offer is the perfect solution for travelers to Mexico who want to stay in touch without worrying about high voice and data roaming fees or compromised service. This SIM card works in any unlocked cell phone (or AT&T locked phone) and is available in nano, micro and standard SIM sizes. The service provides 30 days of unlimited texting and calling in Mexico or the United States and between the US and Mexico and unlimited (up to 22GB of data) of 4G LTE data (if available, otherwise 3G) in Mexico and the US. Additional 30 days plans are available for $99.95. You will be issued a new US based cell phone number. If you need to retain your current number, simply forward your current number to the new phone number. Please be sure to order the correct SIM card size for your unlocked phone.

Recharges

Add another 30 days of unlimited talk and text and 10GB for $99.95.

Mexico Recharge Voucher
only $99.95 for an additional 30 days of service



Each voucher will extend the service for an additional 30 days.

Data Plans

The National Geographic SIM card for Mexico offers unlimited (up to 22GB of data) of data at 4G LTE speeds and unlimited talk and text with US and Mexican numbers. Please note that your phone must be LTE capable. 4G speeds may not be available in the destination where you traveled.

Mexico & U.S. SIM Card starstarstarstarstar 4.0

SIM worked beautifully in Akumal/Cancun

scottse from U.S

starstarstarstarstar 5 - recommended

This SIM card worked great. Never had any issues calling nor connecting while in Akumal, Chichenitza (pyramids), or the airport near Cancun. I was very pleased to have cell service at all times, including the data package. I would like to see lower per minute costs ($.10/min) but it was reasonable compared to other carriers. All in all, great product and I recommend this to anyone traveling to Mexico.

Pros

  • Good Value
  • Great Coverage
  • Lots Of Options

Best Uses

  • Cities
  • Personal Phone
  • Rural Areas
  • Travel

Describe Yourself

  • Parent

Be sure your phone is really unlocked

Mexico Bound from Richmond VA

starstarstarstarstar 4 - recommended

We bought this card for use while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta. We also bought an "unlocked" Samsung ATT flip phone through [@]. The phone worked fine in the USA but when we arrived in Mexico we found the the menu item "select network" was blocked so we were unable to use the phone which was in fact "locked". The lesson: be double sure that you have an unlocked phone. We were happy with everything Cellular Abroad did.

Pros

  • Good Value

Describe Yourself

  • Business Professional
  • Practical

Works but Poor Coverage Areas

The Hiker from Mass

starstarstarstarstar 3 - not recommended

AT&T service is very poor along the beginning of the AT. Verizon phones did function much more often. So, if you are hiking the AT and want the phone to make a connection, AT&T is not the best choice. Product does work in the larger cities.

Cons

  • Poor Coverage

Best Uses

  • Cities

Describe Yourself

  • Practical

Mexico US Sim Card

Frugal User from Central AZ

starstarstarstarstar 5 - recommended

Your home area code can call you for free while in Mx. Use 011+52+10 digit local number to call Mx from USA. Use 001+10 digits to call USA from Mx While in Mx call mx with 10 digit local Mx number. Use 1+10 digit to call Canada from USA Charge for each call is sent via free text after each call. I Love this SIM in my old Sony phone.

Cons

  • Won't dial as described

Pros

  • Easy setup
  • Free call if notconected
  • Great Coverage

Best Uses

  • Low rate to canadaMx

Describe Yourself

  • Business Professional

Card Works Great

Danl from Huetamo Michoacan Mexico

starstarstarstarstar 5 - recommended

This card just WORKS!!! What more should I say. I am extremely satisfied!

Pros

  • Good Value
  • Great Coverage
  • Works wonderful

Best Uses

  • Cities
  • Personal Phone
  • Rural Areas
  • Travel

Describe Yourself

  • Missionary
  • Practical

good service

Yuccan from British Columbia, Canada

starstarstarstarstar 4 - recommended

This was a good solution to an expensive travel plan from my main provider. It helped me to stay in contact with my business while away from home.

Pros

  • Cheaper than travel plan
  • Good Value
  • Great Coverage
  • Lots Of Options
  • This was a good solution

Best Uses

  • Cities
  • Travel

Describe Yourself

  • Business Professional
  • Practical

Overall good, but voice mail frustrating

Windsurfer John from Minnesota

starstarstarstarstar 4 - recommended

The phone was great overall. However, we had a medical issue that required our doctor to get back to us. We wanted to use voice mail, since we were in and out of coverage. It turns out that since we had not set up voice mail in the states there was no way to set voice mail up remotely. This is clearly document *but still very frustrating!".

Cons

  • Voice mail setup

Pros

  • Prices were as advertised
  • Worked well

Describe Yourself

  • Gearhead

Incorrect dialing instructions

Bertieboy from Fort Worth, Texas

starstarstarstarstar 3 - not recommended

The dialing instructions said that while in Mexico dial back to the US with area code and number. This was incorrect. I needed 011 + area code + number. Within Mexico to dial a number I was told to just dial the number. In reality I had to dial 001 + country code + the whole number.

Cons

  • Wrong dialing inst

Pros

  • Reasonable rates

Best Uses

  • Wrong dialing instruction

Describe Yourself

  • Older / Senior

Very workable

Anon from Western Kansas

starstarstarstarstar 3 - recommended

Personal and business use when I go to Mexico several mtimes a year. How you dial out changes with different areas of Mexico. Can be very frustrating to figure out.

Cons

  • Sometimes challenging to

Pros

  • Good Value

Best Uses

  • Travel

"Describe Yourself

  • Business Professional

Mexico SIM card FAQs

Will the SIM card work with my phone?

As long as your cell phone is unlocked and has the 850 and 1900 Mhz bands, it is compatible with our service. Please be sure to select the correct SIM card size for your cell phone. SIM cards are available in standard, micro and nano sizes.

How do I know if my phone is unlocked?

You cannot tell physically if your cell phone is unlocked. If you are with AT&T and you put a different SIM card (such as T-Mobile) in and it picks up a network, it is unlocked. Conversely, if you put another SIM card in and it says, "enter subsidy code" or similar, it is locked. Call your carrier to check to see if your phone is unlocked or if it qualifies for being unlocked. If your phone is from AT&T, even though it is not unlocked, you will still be able to use the Mexico SIM card.

Do you offer micro and nano SIM cards?

Yes we do. They are available during checkout.

Why don't I just purchase a SIM card when I get to Mexico?

Purchasing a SIM card in Mexico typically entails a lengthy wait in Mexico. In addition, if you don't speak Spanish, explaining what you need to do may prove to be a challenge. Moreover, this particular SIM card is not sold in Mexico and the rates are definitely more expensive.

How good is the coverage?

In a word; excellent. As a rule of thumb, as long as there are roads that are traveled on and houses where people live, there is coverage, including Baja California.

Will it work as soon as I land in Mexico?

The SIM will work in the US as well as Mexico as soon as it is activated. Please email us the activation date as per the instructions we provide together with the SIM card.

Can I keep my usual number?

Yes you can. While the SIM card will have a different phone number than you currently have, you can forward your current number to the new number, this retaining your usual number.

Can I use the SIM card next year when I go to Mexico?

The service, along with the phone number, will expire after 30 days from activation unless you purchase additional 30 days of service.

More questions? Call us at 800.287.5072 and we will be glad to be of assistance.

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