Published: Wednesday 2012-02-22.
There, now I have switched mobile carriers again. I have the same number as the last decade, but with a new operator. First I had a subscription with Ventelo, then I moved it to Chess for a better price-plan, then on to Telio to get it on the same invoice as my land-line, but then they increased their prices, so I moved it to NetCom to get the Coop member discount, but then that was also expensive, so I moved to OneCall, where I have really been very happy with.
But now I have finally moved over to Tele2, for one single reason, and that is because I have the same prices when I am in Sweden as when I am in Norway. After having used Google Maps to find an address in Stockholm last summer and having to had to pay about a hundred kroner for it, it feels like a good idea.
At the same time, I am moving my second subscription, which started as a
prepaid card with
and which has been through both
because Tele2 has started collecting a minimum fee for their
price-plan, something OneCall does not, and it is good to have an extra
subscription with another operator sometimes.
I used to have a Swedish prepaid card with Comviq that I used when I was in Sweden, but after having forgotten to top it up within the time limit, it expired, so now I have to use my Norwegian card instead.
The only problem with the number of switches are all the used SIM cards I have littered all over. Besides the one above, I also have two SIM cards from old mobile broadband subscriptions, a Danish mobile broadband SIM and an unactivated British T-Mobile card I used to work around the limits in Android Market. They are starting to pile up.
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