Roam Mobility SIM Cards Launch at Simply Computing Stores Nationwide

Roam Mobility today has announced its SIM cards for roaming in the U.S. can now be purchased from eight Simply Computing stores across Canada for their unlocked iPhones and cellular iPads:

“Apple users love their devices, and they don’t want to turn them off or leave them behind when they travel across the border,” says Emir Aboulhosn, CEO and founder of Roam Mobility. “Our iOS- compatible SIM cards are designed to work seamlessly with any iPhone or iPad to provide instant access to talk, text, and data for as little as $2.95 per day.”

SIM cards from Roam Mobility cost $19.95 and can be recharged and re-used with standard/micro-SIM versions for the iPhone 4/4s and iPad 2/3rd and 4th generation, or a nano-SIM for iPhone 5/5c/5s, iPad mini and iPad Air.

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If you’re heading to the U.S. soon and you have an unlocked iPhone or cellular iPad, Roam Mobility is just one option versus roaming on your carrier.

Good coverage depends on where you’ll be going but prices are cheaper than roaming with the Big 3. You can read our review here and also check out our review of the Roam Mobility Liberty hotspot here.

Click here to check out plans from Roam Mobility.

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  • I tried Roam Mobility this weekend.
    The problem is T-Mobile’s network. When you travel from Canada to a big city like New York City , you get 99% of the time a EDGE network. Not because of the AWS. But because 80% of T-Mobile
    ‘s is covered only by the EDGE network.
    And their EDGE network is not like Rogers’. Their is really unusable. So finally, I prefer to pay a 50$ plan with AT&T…

  • jabohn

    Which phone do you have Dean? The newer iPhone 5 and later can use AWS so maybe they would get faster speed on T-Mobile?

  • I have the iPhone 5s which is AWS. I was also using an iPad Air.
    It has nothing to do with the phone. It’s their coverage.

    http://www.t-mobile.com/coverage.html

  • Aleksandar Matijaca

    Right on – I agree 100% We went to Vermont skiing this winter. Vermont was all-EDGE. I was very disappointed.

  • JimmyP

    I concur. Not having access to AT&T is a deal breaker. T-Mobile is light years behind Robelus’ network here

  • Weren’t they supposed to have a super roaming agreement by the way?

  • Jimmy

    T-Mobile sucks compared to AT&T in New England. PLEASE Roam Mobility, give us access to something usable, willing to pay an affordable overage! Edge (when “lucky”) doesn’t cut it anymore 🙁

  • Jimmy

    Yes my phone has access to AWS frequencies. Nexus…

  • Al

    Thanks for sharing everyone. Now I know that I DEFINITELY won’t bother with Roam Mobility.

    I’m curious how KnowRoaming is working out for those who managed to get a pre-order.