- Size (LWH): 10 inches, 0.4 inches, 5.7 inches
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- H2O Wireless 2-in-1 (Dual) SIM Card can be used as either a standard-sized SIM or as a Micro-sized SIM card.
- Compatible with most smartphones such as Samsung Galaxy series, HTC, LG, and any Apple iPhone 4S and below should be compatible with this SIM card. For Apple iPhone 5 and up, please use H2O 3-in-1 (Triple) SIM Card.
- This SIM card comes with "smart" technology to automatically configure H2O data settings once plugged into your H2O or any unlocked compatible phone.
- This SIM card has "direct dialing" feature which eliminates you from memorizing your H2O international calling access number and then its PIN number. All of that is already pre-programmed on the SIM.
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I was tired of overpaying for contract cellular service, and decided to give these guys a try. It was about $10 for the sim, then the monthly fee. So far, it has worked quite well for us. Data is fine, phone is fine, text messaging is fine. As long as you aren't trying to watch NetFlix on your phone or something, for normal email and standard 3G data use, there are no issues. MMS messaging does not work (txt messaging does, but picture messaging doesn't) unless your iphone is jailbroken, and you jump through a few hoops. (they can give you detailed instructions on what to do, if this feature is important to you.)
The H20 Wirless service uses the ATT network, so as a result, even if your phone is locked and not jailbroken, it will still work for voice, data, and standard text. The competitor, SIMple mobile (or whatever they are called) uses the Tmobile network (and Tmobile 3G frequencies). So if your locked phone is TMobile, use them. If your locked phone is ATT, use H20. Either way, you will get a much better deal.
Yes, it takes a long time on hold to talk to someone. (online chat is faster). If you are just paying your bill however, or making basic changes, etc. That can all be done online. I'm willing to put up with a little hassle if I ever need to talk to these guys, in return for not owing my first born child to a contract cellular provider.
$50 a month for all you can eat Voice, Text/mms, + 250Mb data (fine for my wife, using maps, email, etc. not even close to using up her data allocation)
$60 a month for all you can eat Voice, Text/mms, + 1000Mb data (heavier users)
Basically, if you have WiFi at the home, and do your heavy downloading there, and use normal data for when out and about (maps, email, web, etc.) This great, and far cheaper than contract cellular rates.
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.
I see many complain about H2O customer service. I have called them twice and chatted once and it was great each time. All reps were respectful, helped me get the answer I needed and explained the process in full. For those considering the switch, let me make it very simple for you:
1. Don't cancel your previous service.
2. Go to the number port page on H2O wireless website.
3. Fill in appropriate information and make sure it's correct.
4. If you were an ATT customer, the account password/PIN (if you didn't set one) is the last four of your SSN.
5. In less than 24 hours, you'll receive an e-mail from H2O.
6. Login on their website, click on Recharge and choose the plan/minute plan you want and go from there.
You will not regret making the switch. Those who need MMS on the iPhone must jailbreak their phone so you can get access to these settings. If you talk to people with iPhones, picture messages will work through iMessage. It will only apply to picture messages to those without iPhones.
I hope this helps you make the decision to switch, I'm glad I did!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Product was as described. Worked great in my iPhone 4s, only thing that I would caution on is the airtime. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kam M.
Ordered the $100 Pay-as-you go plan together with a SIM card. The package arrived today. I activated the SIM card as instructed, put it into my cell phone, and...ZIPPO. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Teresa Strzelecka
It is a chore to set up but thanks to YouTube I was able to get it going. As for the tracking history not so much. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Malcolm G
I ported my number to H20 and it was over in few minutes. Good coverage and no issues so far (3 months). I also received the 10$ free top up promotion with this sim.Published 3 days ago by Neo123