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H2O Wireless SIM Card Kit (H2O Wireless)

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  • Compatible with any unlocked GSM mobile phonesFor wide-ranging compatibility.
  • Provides unlimited talk and text servicesFor staying in touch with friends and family.
  • Easy activationOnline or over the phone
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H2O Wireless SIM Card Kit (H2O Wireless) + H2O Micro / Mini SIM Card for any Unlocked GSM Phone + H2O Wireless Direct Dialing GSM Sim Card Starter Kit AT&T Network Prepaid - Lowest Rate Nationwide, No Contract
Price for all three: $0.03

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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 10 inches, 5.5 inches, 0.5 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004MF3IA8
  • Item model number: H2G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,952 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Use this SIM card to enjoy unlimited talk and text services on your unlocked GSM mobile phone.

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Customer Reviews

Absolute waste of money!!
Vanyasaw
It should be noted that if you have good signal strength from AT&T, you will get good signal strength with H2O wireless.
Dr JS
H2O seems to con you into believing that you can use your credit if you pay the stipulated rate for the call.
Allegan

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dr JS on March 4, 2014
H2O wireless is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that uses AT&T's network. This means it doesn't have its own infrastructure but buys these in volume from AT&T. You are using towers from AT&T but pays your bill to H2O. The cheaper price they are offering because of the bare bone customer support and also zero advertisement cost.

It should be noted that if you have good signal strength from AT&T, you will get good signal strength with H2O wireless. Some other reviews faults the lack of signal strength to H2O where in fact the reviewer probably just don't have good coverage for AT&T.

My review is based on $30 rechargeable card on an unlocked MOTO X. We dropped our $35 per month basic Sprint voice plan and switched to pay as you go since my wife isn't a heavy volume user. The number switching took one night and adding money into the system was painless. For MOTO X, which uses Android 4.4, you need manually setup an APN for data access. This step can be technically challenging for those not familiar with Android. Once completed, the data speed is 4G where I live (around Princeton, NJ). On the pay as you go plan, call is 5c per min, Text each cost 5c and data is $0.10 per MB. You get immediate feedback on the phone how much time is left and H2O also has an Android app which you can check balance and add additional time.

$30 is good for 90 days and when you buy additional time it adds on top (don't expire existing pay as you go balance as some other have suggested). For a light user, I found this to be a very cheap and reliable way to obtain cell access. If you have good general WIFI coverage and only occasionally use data, the $30 or $100 pay as you go is likely to get you much better mileage than comparable month plan.

I had to call technical support once at 10:30 and it was immediately answered. The associate had a distinct foreign ascent but was courteous and helpful. I had my question answered in about 5 minutes.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By alessalamander on November 21, 2011
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As another reviewer mentioned, the images are somewhat misleading, as there is little description about the item. I still have not managed to figure out (because have not been able to activate) whether these cards are for exclusive use with unlimited monthly plans or can be used with minute plans too.

My activation package did not arrive with any of the required numbers to activate. It took a long time to figure this out given that H2O's online activation system is obscure at best and doesn't provide any information about the various numbers they require to activate or where to find them.

I received an email informing me that activation had failed and requesting I call customer service. When I call I am compelled to go through the voice-recorded activation system all over again (no possibility of speaking with a customer service rep.) only for it to fail again, and to finally be "connected to a customer service representative". However, after that all I hear is silence - no music, no voice indicating I'm on hold - and after about 15 minutes of silence I generally give up. This has happened too many times - each more frustrating than the other - at this point. Unlike convenitonal voice-menus, there is no way to skip to customer service: even if you repeatedly get something wrong the automated voice will just continue to prompt you to try again indefinitely. This means that each time I call I have to go through the "activation process" again, entering the numbers I already know don't work, until I am informed that the activation failed and then connected to the static-space-limbo that exists between the automated system and an actual human being. And live chat only appears to be available between 12-8 EST.

I've had these cards for more than a week and still have not been able to activate them. This does not bode well for H2O - theirs is one of the worst customer services I have ever encountered.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J.W. on March 1, 2012
WORKS ON A LOCKED and NOT JAILBROKEN ATT IPHONE.

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.
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