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Prepay Broadband triple SIM vs Vodem Stick K4607z

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Hi,

 

Would like to clarify a few points re the captioned 2 products:

 

(1) The triple SIM (i) can be used with mobile phone, tablets, and iPads; (ii) has no preloaded data and needs to be purchased together with the add-on data plan; (iii) can be used for tethering and sharing among a few devices; (iv) runs on 4G network?

 

(2) How is the triple SIM different from Vodem Stick, assuming all the items mentioned in (1) above are true?

 

(3) Any maximum data usage per day or fair usage per day limit?

 

(4) Is the SIM card compatible with mobile phone from Hong Kong?

 

Thanks,

ET


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Ninja Master
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Re: Prepay Broadband triple SIM vs Vodem Stick K4607z

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@ET A triple SIM is just a triple cut SIM so it's 2FF , 3FF and 4FF in one cut so you can pop out the size SIM card required

 

They are just normal SIM card so as long as your handset is not SIM locked from Hong Kong and supports the correct bands then yes it will work

 

 

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Ninja Master
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Re: Prepay Broadband triple SIM vs Vodem Stick K4607z

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@ET A triple SIM is just a triple cut SIM so it's 2FF , 3FF and 4FF in one cut so you can pop out the size SIM card required

 

They are just normal SIM card so as long as your handset is not SIM locked from Hong Kong and supports the correct bands then yes it will work

 

 

I volunteer my time here on the community helping out, Not an official member of the social media team

John Reader | Systems Engineer | Vodafone NZ | +6421323505

To ask me a question directly here on the community post @johnr so I get an email advising me
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