expired FlexiRoam Plans 28% off (Possibly More) (Global Roaming SIM Sticker)

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GXFC88

Hi All

I've been browsing for a SIM for an upcoming trip and have been waiting for this to go on special. I got an alert on my phone to use a code for Valentines day for 35% off in the app, but I'm unsure if it's a one use code, so browsing on their website I found 28% off for Chinese new year using GXFC88.

Each SIM pack lasts only the set number of days from activation.
This is not a SIM, but a sticker that sticks onto your existing SIM. Haven't tried it yet, but it sounds good and reviews look good.

Shipping to Australia is roughly $6.90 USD (~ 9 AUD)

1GB Starter kit - Normally $29.99 USD - Now $21.59 USD (~ 28 AUD) (90 Day expiry)
3GB Starter kit - Normally $79.99 USD - Now $57.59 USD (~ 74 AUD) (150 Day expiry)
7GB Starter kit - Normally $199.99 USD - Now $143.99 USD (~ 184 AUD) (360 Day expiry)

EDIT
Confirmed, 35% off from within the app when ordering new. Download the Flexiroam X app and then buy one starter kit and get 35% off - D5RMXE

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    upcoming trip

    Where are you going?

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      Going to China for a couple weeks on a tour. Optus roaming is $10 a day and only 100MB a day, so it's rather expensive compared to something like this and I don't need calls whilst I'm over there.

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    Looks very expensive compared to a local SIM

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      I was under the assumption that you needed to be a local to get a local SIM like a drivers licence or something similar. If this is not the case, it will definitely be better to go local. Thanks!

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    I am scared that this will come loose in my phone

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    why not get a local sim?

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      Local Sims are subject to the great firewall.

      If you want to use Google Facebook etc people usually have a Hong Kong sim

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        I think for the price of the sim and data included, I'll just use wifi/local sim with the great firewall. (if I ever went to china)

        Plus you can just use a VPN anyway, I have my own VPN setup at home.

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          Agree.
          You can use free VPN. - Windscribe can get you 10GB free which is more than plenty for travelling.

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    Past offers from Flexiroam have been buy 1 get 1 free (so 50% off). I'm also monitoring them for specials as I have a family Round the World trip coming up in September. Countries I am going to are Vietnam, Bahrain, Italy, Austria, Slovakia, France, and US. What do others think - would Flexiroam be best rather than a local SIM in each country?

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      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/358379
      Get one of those.
      Might need to switch to maybe one local for a country or two but defo cheaper.

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        Thank you - that does look like a better option as all countries other than Bahrain are covered. Only issues are the 1 month validity and the content block for certain apps which require either a UK Credit card or showing up in person. I need to see if I can find a list of the blocked apps - I don't think I would be using any of them, but you can never tell with the UK Nanny state.

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    Used Flexiroam when travelling through Europe last year….worked as advertised, simple to use but costs a bit more. Easy when I go OS now as I just switch Flexiroam on. I think they're popular with pilots etc. I don't use a lot of data though. If I was going to one country for a while I would still get a local sim.

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