According to this website, there are several options. 

However, when I moved to the States (from UK) with my Android phone, everywhere 
I went they told me I had to buy the phone from them to use with the SIM. The 
pay as you go plans are pretty close to non-existent here, and where they do 
exist, they pretty much suck.


Chad Nelson
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University Library
Georgia State University

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From: Code for Libraries [CODE4LIB@LISTSERV.ND.EDU] on behalf of Kåre Fiedler 
Christiansen [k...@statsbiblioteket.dk]
Sent: Thursday, December 08, 2011 5:45 AM
Subject: [CODE4LIB] Availability of data-enabled temporary SIM cards

Hi all,

Sorry for being semi-off-topic, but obviously you're the right bunch of people 
to know this...

We're a bunch of Danes visiting the Code4Lib conference in Seattle. But the 
prospect of a full week being offline on my trusted Android phone is scary. And 
the price of international data roaming is simply scary.

So I was wondering if any US carriers are selling data-enabled SIM cards, at a 
price that would be reasonable for a week's usage, and which are also available 
for visiting tourists?

Any input welcome. Thanks.


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