WHATSIM

Traveled abroad and need to notify your loved ones back home about your status via messaging, but don’t have immediate access to do so?

Well, an Italian company (Zeromobile) has come up with a sim card, Whatsim, that lets you chat with Whatsapp (for only €10 a year) anywhere in the world and without limits.

The Whatsim device lets you connect to more than 400 operators in about 150 countries by connecting to the provider with the best coverage and signal anywhere in the world. If a subscriber changes his or her position, it automatically searches for the best provider, and if available, the device connects itself.

“The sim lets you chat with the WhatsApp application anywhere in the world absolutely free of charge and without any limits just the way you would in your home country. It also allows you to keep in touch with your friends, family or colleagues”, the statement on their website reads.

The Whatsim device allows exchange of multimedia messages and does not involve fixed costs, monthly payments and never expires; the sim works on “all unlocked phones” and comes in nano, micro and standard sizes.

More information about the rates, countries where the device can be used and authorized dealers can be found here.

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