On December 1, 2017 the Telestial.com brand was transferred to OneSimCard.com.
OneSimCard.com is not in possession of any customer information provided to Telestial prior to December 1, 2017, nor is OneSimCard providing any services on the Telestial SIM cards purchased prior to this date. Those services are still provided by eKit and you should contact eKit at email@example.com for any help with your old SIM cards or any other services or phones purchased prior to December 1, 2017.
The new SIM cards offered at Telestial.com are supported on the OneSimCard platform and carry different rates and features. On the Telestial web site we now offer basic international Data, Text and Voice roaming services at very low cost.
At OneSimCard.com we offer a premium feature rich service which includes Voice Mail, Call Forwarding, and additional country phone numbers. Also offered at OneSimCard.c om are SIM VOIP accounts allowing for lower cost calling over the Wi-Fi or mobile data and other OneSimCard Android and iPhone apps making the use of the OneSimCard service much simpler. OneSimCard.com also provides additional payment options and much more. If you are interested in purchasing a OneSimCard SIM, visit www.OneSimCard.com.
Satellite phones are a fantastic tool for travelers that break away from the usual tourist routes and want to stay in touch or just want that all important way to call for help in emergencies, but there are some countries in the world that don’t take quite as kindly to the devices.
If you don’t properly prepare yourself beforehand, you could face several inconveniences and even penalties ranging from having your phone confiscated to being arrested and detained.
Continue reading “Countries Where Satellite Phones Are Banned or Restricted”
Travel has changed. If you resist technology’s influence on globe-trotting, you could easily miss out on key information and opportunities instead of gleaning fulfilling experiences from different countries. These six tech-savvy travel tips will make your trip far more enjoyable and much more stress free.
Continue reading “6 Tech-Savvy Travel Tips”
Hitting up popular tourist spots may provide you with a history lesson or two, but if you want to truly explore a new city, you want to find ways to travel like a local. With access to up-to-date, insider information, you can be your own tour guide in Rome and blend in with those who call Italy “home.”
These 11 apps will take you on self-guided walking tours, point out the best artwork, help you navigate public transportation, and more.
Continue reading “11 Must-Have Italian Apps to Travel Like a Local in Rome”
Planning a European adventure? Along with your passport, suitcase and credit card, there’s one item that’s going to make your trip a whole lot easier: your smartphone.
A few years back, getting around when visiting a European city meant puzzling out public transport, explaining yourself to a taxi driver or simply expending a whole lot of shoe leather. This might have been great for unplanned adventures off the beaten path, but just as often you ended up lost and frustrated.
Continue reading “Can I use Uber in Europe? All the ride-hailing apps you’ll need on your Eurotrip”
The mobile world has changed a great deal in the last few years. On the whole, we’re more in control of our smartphones than ever before. Continue reading “Billshock 2017 – we have a winner!”
This November sees the release of a new version of Murder On The Orient Express, the second big-screen adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel featuring the legendary detective, Hercule Poirot. Continue reading “The Fast Track to Luxury”
Telestial are proud to announce the (re)launch of our USA SIM service. We’ve taken on board your comments and feedback and have made a few changes to ensure that we offer the best service possible for all our customers. Continue reading “Introducing Our New and Improved USA SIM”
There have been some huge changes to the world over the last 10 years, and this is made very clear when you look at the list of the top 5 largest companies in the world. Continue reading “The Big Names Making Big Moves”
It was announced last week that both the USA and UK governments have issued a ban on certain electronic devices being carried on flights in or out of their respective countries. Continue reading “Getting the Banned Back Together”