If you’re looking to score a OneSimCard global SIM for yourself and you happen to live in the United States, you’ll be happy to know that you can now pick up OneSimCard international roaming cards at your local Fry’s Electronics Mega Store.

“As a leading source for the latest advances in mobile communications, Fry’s is a natural partner for OneSimCard and our line of global SIM cards,” said James O’Neill, Vice President of Marketing for OneSimCard. “International travelers have long-searched for the best ways to avoid high roaming charges when using their mobile devices in other countries. We are very pleased about our partnership with Fry’s that will now allow their tech-savvy customers to save 85% or more on calls, texts and data by simply swapping their regular SIM card with our OneSimCard global SIM card before traveling abroad.”

The OneSimCard is compatible with almost any unlocked GSM mobile device including the iPhone, iPad 2 and new iPad, Galaxy S III, Lumia 920, and others. OneSimCard also offers a nano-SIM for the iPhone 5, the first-ever global nano SIM to be made freely available in the U.S.

In addition to providing mobile service over traditional cell networks, smartphone owners have the option of routing calls over Wi-Fi for an even greater savings through an app available for iOS and Android.

Benefits include:

  • Free incoming calls in over 150 countries
  • Outgoing calls from 25c per minute (from 2c per minute via Wi-Fi option)
  • Unlimited data in Europe for only 20c per MB
  • Option to add phone numbers in many countries to the SIM
  • Personal concierge and language translation service
  • Mobile Miles reward program offering one mile per minute toward many leading hotel and airline loyalty programs including Hilton HHonors, American Airlines AAdvantage and Air France/KLM Flying Blue

So be sure to proceed to your local Fry’s Electronics Mega Store and pick one up if you haven’t already!

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  • Well they both offer intriguing options. OneSim offers an app and a SIM combination to improve coverage while Maxroam offers unique bundle plans for text, calls, and data. I’m working on adding some information to the Maxroam and OneSimCard pages to provide more detail into the differences. The rates, however, change so often and are different in so many areas that it’s difficult to list them on the pages without cluttering them. In the meantime, you can check those information pages for the latest news and overall differences and their respective websites for rate information. 🙂