Prepaid Czech SIM?
jreznik at redhat.com
Tue Jun 17 08:43:26 UTC 2014
----- Original Message -----
> Jon Stanley píše v Út 17. 06. 2014 v 00:59 -0400:
> > Sort of similar to
> > https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/flock-planning/2013-July/000225.html
> > but relevant to this year's location :)
> > Are there providers of voice/text/data prepaid SIM's? It seems so, but
> > my Czech is non-existent so I couldn't make heads or tails of the
> > provider sites or figure out how much it costs (data is separate?
> > That's what I'd mostly be using).
> > I have an LTE Nexus 5 FWIW, but I'm obviously certain that other
> > attendees have other devices (including the dreaded iPhone! :D)
> > -Jon
> > PS - I bought my flight (not requesting sponsorship). It cost $1,666.
> > I've been injured every time I've traveled for Fedora in recent
> > memory, including canceling my Flock trip last year. Why does that
> > price make me feel something is going to go horribly wrong??? :)
> > _______________________________________________
> you can find more info here although I don't know how much up-to-date it
> is: http://prepaidwithdata.wikia.com/wiki/Czech_Republic
> Here are offerings of the biggest providers:
> Here is a comparison of prepaid cards:
> It's in Czech, but you only care about the "Internet na měsíc" column
> where you can see how much you pay for data monthly and if you hover the
> mouse over the price you'll get a tooltip with conditions (data limit).
> The safest way is to go for one of the three biggest providers. I think
> they even have stores right at the airport, at least Vodafone does. They
> can help you get the service you need and even make sure if works with
> your phone. However, they are usually more expensive than other
> (virtual) operators whose sim cards you can buy at gas stations, grocery
> stores, newsstands,...
Yep, Vodafone is has store in the airport and they speak English. Probably
the easiest way how to get SIM card (and right in the airport).
And if you need data, it's actually cheaper to grab one of big three operators,
what Jiri said applies only for calls/SMS, wholesale data offer is pretty
bad for small virtual operators.
This is my quick look, probably not 100% correct, even if you know Czech, it's
hard to understand theirs websites ;-)
Prepaid data are usually bit more expensive than contract...
calls 2.50 CZK, SMS 1.50 CZK, SIM card cost 150 CZK but you'll get 150 CZK credit
150 MB 150 CZK/month
400 MB 250 CZK/month
1 GB 350 CZK/month
(100 CZK to restart FUP)
50 MB 20 CZK/day
after FUP 200 kbps!
Karta do vsech siti, calls 3.50 CZK, SMS 2.40 CZK, SIM card cost 200 CZK but you'll
get 200 CZK credit
Pripojeni na dva dny - 500 MB 75 CZK/48 hours (should be available for prepaid,
works for two days from activation) - seems like a pretty good offer
500 MB 249 CZK/month
1.5 GB 399 CZK/month
4 GB 519 CZK/month
10 GB 999 CZK/month
calls 3.50 CZK (1.50 CZK T-Mobile network), SMS 1.50 CZK, SIM card cost 200 CZK
but you'll get 200 CZK credit
25 MB 24 CZK/day
40 MB 39.33 CZK/week
300 MB 240.99/month
calls 2.50 CZK, SMS 1.90 CZK, SIM card cost 150 CZK but you'll get 150 CZK credit
50 MB 50 CZK/week
375 MB 90 CZK/week
3 GB 550 CZK/month
10 GB 800 CZK/month
after FUP 200 kbps!
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