Can anyone recommend a PAYG SIM that doesn't run out?

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by JohnDavidson, Feb 9, 2015.

  1. JohnDavidson

    JohnDavidson Guest

    Hi,

    I need to grab a cheap iPhone for testing purposes. It won't be used for
    any calls or data, but I need it to be working so I can test a couple of
    basic apps which I'm developing.

    So, I need a SIM card; is there one which doesn't expire once I've bunged a
    fiver onto it, or am I obliged to throw money at it every so often to keep
    it alive?

    Cheers.
     
    JohnDavidson, Feb 9, 2015
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    Mark Carver Guest

    Three, GiffGaff or Virgin, the latter only needs an initial top up of a
    fiver, the other two a tenner I think

    Credit won't expire (as long as you make one chargeable action
    every 180 days)
     
    Mark Carver, Feb 9, 2015
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  3. JohnDavidson

    JohnDavidson Guest

    Hi,
    Three, GiffGaff or Virgin, the latter only needs an initial top up of a
    fiver, the other two a tenner I think

    Credit won't expire (as long as you make one chargeable action
    every 180 days)
     
    JohnDavidson, Feb 9, 2015
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    Toby Guest

    You do know an iPhone will still do everything else that doesn't require
    a SIM, without a SIM don't you?
     
    Toby, Feb 9, 2015
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  5. JohnDavidson

    DrTeeth Guest

    PMFJI, but are there any PAYG SIMs that do not have even this
    restriction at all?
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    Cheers,

    DrT

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    ** but by then it is too late.
     
    DrTeeth, Feb 10, 2015
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  6. JohnDavidson

    Mark Carver Guest

    SIMs like this don't...

    http://www.traveltalksim.com/
     
    Mark Carver, Feb 10, 2015
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  7. JohnDavidson

    DrTeeth Guest

    Cheers for that.
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    Cheers

    DrT
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    DrTeeth, Feb 10, 2015
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