WhatSim

Jan 28, 2015

Category: Tech

It’s amazing what a little cash infusion will do for a business. WhatsApp, the messaging application bought last year by Facebook for $19 billion, now has over 700 million active users. If you’re one of them and like to travel, WhatSim, a WhatsApp-dedicated SIM card, should be on your shopping list.

WhatSim connects to more than 400 operators in about 150 countries, giving you the freedom to always chat over WhatsApp free of charge, whether you’re inside Turkey or inside a turkey for some reason we won’t ask about. If you change your position, the card automatically searches for the best provider. If a better one is available, it connects by itself. Credit packages are available for purchase if you’re looking to enable sharing of photos, videos and voice messages, and when WhatsApp adds support for voice calls, the WhatSim will support that feature as well. [Purchase]

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