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    International Roaming eSIMs

    For topic hygiene, this thread is for vendors that do not (yet) have their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paperwastage View Post
    https://forums.redflagdeals.com/red-...-esim-2634980/. Redbullmobile has free 1gb 365 days, works for Portugal

    Rbm also roams on big3: Verizon/TMobile/att stateside, just unfortunate that it costs 4eur/GB and only lasts 1 month.

    Globalesim also has a plan that roams on big 3, but pricing isn't that much better (i.e. I want a cheap 365day expiry or payg to roam on Verizon if att/TMobile has no signal)
    was posted to the thread dedicated to KeepGo

    https://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?p=17268438

    If a particular vendor gets enough commentary here, they should get their own thread, linking back to here for more general / mixed discussions.

    PS yes vendors / plans offering pSIMs can be included here, please do specify that for people without eSIM supporting hardware

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    Vegolink
    https://vegolink.com/

    They have both physical and eSIMs.

    When traveling internationally, I used to buy SIM cards (Orange, Three) for those countries. It was just too much of a hassle. I’ve found Vegolink to be quite satisfactory. The rates are low. I rarely go over US$3 per day. So, I’m thinking I not going to spend time anymore getting SIM cards from Amazon.

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    I've toyed with the idea of tying Vegolink, but I never pulled the trigger, mostly because of the different pricing for different networks in each country, and probably needing to change the APN for each network.

    Anyway, here's the main HoFo thread: https://www.howardforums.com/showthr...oaming-service

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulCrawhorne View Post
    Can you test at your location? You can install ubigi esim for free. If you select PayPal option at checkout, their firewall gets unblocked for a few minutes, and you can check your IP/ping/latency, see where they route from

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