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Tarjeta H2O inalámbrica - su tarjeta de prepago SIM para los EEUU (kit de inicio SIM)

5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 1 opinión de cliente

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  • Introduzca su número de modelo más arriba para comprobar que sirve.
  • sin contrato ni compromisos
  • controle tus gastos: recibirá un mensaje de texto que detalla los costes actuales después cada mensaje de texto y de cada llamada que realice
  • Puede elegir un código de área en el cual recibirá un número de teléfono local de EEUU
  • la tarjeta aún no está activada, por lo que se puede transferir un número de teléfono existente de los EEUU
  • Elija entre planes mensuales o por minutos

Información de producto

Detalles técnicos
ModeloG&D63748 TRIPLE SIM
Peso del producto5 g
Dimensiones del producto25,4 x 1 x 14,5 cm
Número de modelo del productoG&D63748 TRIPLE SIM
Número de productoG&D63748 TRIPLE SIM
Navegador web incluidoNo
Pantalla a colorNo
Pilas / baterías incluidasNo
Pilas / baterías necesariasNo
Incluye batería recargableNo
Incluye mandoNo
Información adicional
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº170.283 en Electrónica (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en Amazon.es desde24 de febrero de 2013

Descripción del producto

Tarjeta H2O inalámbrica - su tarjeta de prepago SIM para los EEUU (kit de inicio SIM)

Realice llamadas desde 5 céntimos (EEUU) / mensajes de texto desde 5 céntimos (EEUU)

Tarjeta SIM normal
capacidad para activar planes mensuales o de minutos
recargue su saldo en línea o en cualquier Best Buy o Seven Eleven
sin contrato ni compromisos

Cobertura de red
Puede elegir un código de área en el cual recibirá un número de teléfono local de EEUU
cobertura de red proporcionada por AT&T en los EEUU - amplia cobertura

Lleve el control de sus gastos
controle tus gastos: recibirá un mensaje de texto que detalla los costes actuales después cada mensaje de texto y de cada llamada que realice
¡Siga estando disponible para sus contactos! Sus amigos pagarán sólo 1 céntimo por minuto desde Skype-Alemania a H2O
Bloqueo de SIM
generalmente funciona con móviles sin bloqueo de SIM
puede usarse con dispositivos normalmente bloqueados para clientes de AT&T
la tarjeta aún no está activada, por lo que se puede transferir un número de teléfono existente de los EEUU

Elija entre planes mensuales o por minutos

¡Más opciones disponibles!

Se aplican las siguientes normas a las opciones mencionadas anteriormente:

las llamadas cuestan 5 céntimos de dólar/minuto
envío o recibo de mensajes de texto: 5 céntimos de dólar
30 céntimos de dólar por 1MB de datos
10 céntimos de dólar por mensajes con imágenes

Más información:
El envío contiene una tarjeta SIM h2o que no ha sido activada y que se encuentra en su envoltorio original. Tenga en cuenta que las tarifas mencionadas anteriormente pueden variar y no están garantizadas.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas How to use this SIM with locked AT&T iphone 5S that will use a new phone number 13 de octubre de 2014
Por Joe - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This info might help others choosing this option for an iphone. 1. The sim works in an AT&T locked iphone 5S. 2. Once SIM is installed you need to go to h2owirelessnow and register for an account. You can't activate online because the page will ask for an activate PIN. 3. Call the customer service number from another phone and indicate that you want a new phone number and want the "minute plan". You then enter the actafast number for the sim and the IMEI number for the iphone and some other needed info and in a few minutes your phone and number will be activated. Probably need to restart phone at this point as well. 4. Go to h2owirelessnow, log in and purchase minutes under recharge by credit card. I chose the $10, 90-day plan. Check it all out by making a call.
113 de 124 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The worst customer service ever 5 de enero de 2012
Por asav - Publicado en Amazon.com
The H2O Wireless (Locus Telecommunication) may have cheap plans, but the customer service is the worst I've ever seen. Their web site is easy to navigate, because there is almost nothing you can do over it, other than give them your money. They charged my bank account through their web autorecharge service, but did not honored the transaction toward my prepaid minutes. Means, they took the money and did not provide anything in return. I spent days (yes, days) over the phone 1-800-643-4926. I experienced long waits (~40 minutes) after which my calls dropped as soon as I finally had gotten to a rep. Of course all to no avail. To cancel auto recharge you'd need to spend hours on the phone, and experience dropped calls, only to find out that it CANNOT be done immediately, it will have to go through their "billing department". That department is dysfunctional, as it knows how to charge your bank account but is not competent to credit your minutes balance. I filed a case with BBB, and filed charge dispute with my bank. Don't buy anything from this business, you'll find lots of other complaints on the web against H2O Wireless. Explore other prepaid providers - whatever you find will be better than H2O Wireless.
33 de 34 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas H2O wireless - activation process 3 de agosto de 2013
Por cozycoach - Publicado en Amazon.com
I have been using one of the big carriers for a long time (obviously, it is not AT&T) with my Blackberry Pearl 8100 (no 3G capability). I am only interested in voice calls and thus 8100 has been fine. The problem is that this carrier does not have sufficient and consistent signal strength of 2G in my area, thus missing many calls at home.

I decided to give H2O wireless a try: bought unlocked Nokia c2-01 (2G/3G) from Amazon, bought a H2O SIM card at BestBuy, then activated a pay-as-you-go plan ($10) online. The activation process is reasonably simple and the signal strength is good (because it is presumably using the AT&T network).

Now, I was ready to transfer my mobile number to H2O. The process was a little bit more complicated. This time, I bought SIM from Amazon for 10 cents. The online form to transfer the number requires a few more pieces of information, like the IMEI number from the cell phone and the Airtime PIN. I did not know what the Airtime PIN is. So, I contacted the customer support, which was not successful (did not get through to the live agent). The live chat did not work either. Finally, I sent an email, which was answered within a few hours. It turns out that this field is optional (the number-transfer form does not say so). Within an hour or two after submitting the form online (I chose a monthly plan), my current phone stopped working (SIM no longer functional). A good sign. There is no instruction for the next steps. After trial and errors, I clicked "Recharge" then "Do you need a PIN" on the online menu and searched my mobile number. I managed to go through the process and the phone/SIM was activated. By the way, I used the same Nokia c2-01 for this activation.

As you can tell, the customer support is not one of their strengths. But, the signal is super and the price is right.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas KICKED ME OFF THEIR NETWORK BECAUSE I DISPUTED AN EXTRA CHARGE 17 de octubre de 2012
Por Miri - Publicado en Amazon.com
These guys are perfect if you're on a budget and have an iphone but don't want to go to any of the big 3 carriers. Since they piggyback on AT&T's network, you'll get equivalent speeds. At work customers would struggle to load their coupons on their sprint/verizon phone (and they'd hold up the line) so i'd have to whip my phone out to load it myself, which was faster. All from a $50 plan!

I thought i'd be happy and ignored reviews like what i'm about to write about h2o. Had them happily for a few months until they charged me twice for one month. I paid a bit earlier to get data back, but I guess their systems didn't register that and when the day came to auto-refill, they charged me again.

No problem, I thought. I hit up the online customer chat and the rep told me I had to fax all of these things for a refund. I decided to call the actual company and the woman opened a ticket for me to resolve it, so I decided to also have my bank dispute the extra charge. A few weeks later and yesterday I randomly lose service. I assume that maybe my sim card broke, or there was an outage. Neither. I go on their website and check my balance...

"Your Phone number seems not to be ours. Please try with a correct Phone number." They KICKED ME OFF their network, because I disputed an extra charge. Seems like some petty revenge. So I paid $50 for just half a month of service, just to end up also losing my number. Who gets kicked off a network? This isn't the graceful "you haven't paid us for x amount of time, you're losing service" kick that the bigger carriers do, feels like I got pushed into a pool with my phone at a college frat party.

So yeah, get h2o if you want still, but be careful. I was planning to switch to ATT for the iphone 5 anyways, but now I don't have a phone with service until the 5 is in stock again.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great vendor (I assume they get some commission for signing ... 20 de julio de 2016
Por Large Marge - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is my 2nd order of a nano card... (the first vendor doesn't sell it anymore)

Both orders came in a few days... they literally shipped it that morning after I ordered. Great vendor (I assume they get some commission for signing up new people which is why they sell it for 1 cent and also pay standard postage. Doesn't bother me... I'm not paying $15 to h20 to buy a sim card. F that.

H20 is awesome for me, who uses very minimal minutes and texts... best of all, they have a $10/3month plan that I can use because I use it so little. Tracfone minimum is $20/3month which is crazy when you don't spend nearly that much. My mum has over $300 in accrued minutes and we are swittching to h20 now. No taxes and the low $10/3month fee is easy and that's all we use.

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