Cubic Telecom has launched a new global data SIM card
which allows users to travel the world without worrying about the high cost of
data roaming or mobile Internet connectivity.
The new MAXROAM card enables U.S. travelers to 44
countries to browse the web, tweet, use Facebook and Skype, or check email on
their smart phones and tablets for 65 cents per MB with no monthly
subscriptions or contract required.
The new global data SIM card rate works across 44
countries including Europe as well as the major global markets of India,
Australia, South Africa and South East Asia. The cards are good until the data
limit has been reached; there are no time restrictions or expiration dates.
“The appetite amongst consumers for data services
has been increasing significantly, particularly for business travelers. With
this new product, travelers in countries across the globe can connect to the
Internet without worrying about bill-shock and enormous fees,” said Pat
Phelan, MAXROAM Director of Innovation.
“When you compare this data rate with typical rate
charges by other operators around the world which can be as high $20 per MB, you
can really see how much more affordable and accessible we have made data
roaming,” Phelan added.
Cubic Telecom is
a provider of a range of MAXROAM global data and voice roaming cards which
provide coverage in more than 200 countries, delivering up to 70 percent
savings over standard roaming costs.
By Telecomlead.com Team