Will prepaid Internet cards work with an iPadcategory: ipad2
Prepaid SIM works with iPad, they recommend Telstra. Telstra sells a prepaid SIM for the original Apple iPad which also works with the iPad 2. The prepaid SIM pack includes 3GB of data for $30. All data plans above are available without a contract but have a 30-day expiry, with the exception of the 12GB, $150 plan which has a 365 day expiry. on!
Yes, if you choose the iPad 3G you will need to go through AT&T or Verizon for 3G service. There is no long term contract, you choose the amount of data per month you want to buy. !
IPad 3G is $30 a month to AT&T for unlimited internet access. The wifi iPad can connect to any network in range.
The iPad connects to your WiFi or other or uses 3G technology, like cell phones use. It depends upon the area you are in. !
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6 Responses to “Will prepaid Internet cards work with an iPad”
How do wireless internet cards work?By EliavZ July 25th, 2012 at 13:49:23
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how do prepaid visa cards work? and can you use them for internet shopping?By EzX5U July 25th, 2012 at 23:19:33
I want to sail around the world as a passenger on a freight ship. Can anyone tell me about it? I’d like to know these things, specifically:
How do I do laundry?
What if the schedule of the boat changes and I don’t have the appropriate visa for a particular country? Does that mean I won’t be able to disembark in that port?
What should I pack? Are there restrictions on what I can bring? What is the average weight limit of things I can pack?
Do I need to tip anyone on the boat? If so, when and how much?
Is there WiFi on the ship?
Would it be a good idea to bring a laptop, ipad, ipod, ihome, or my Kindle? Will they work?
I want to write a book while I am traveling and I will occasionally need to look up words, or phrases in different languages (to use with locals). If the internet doesn’t work, then do you have any idea what I should do?
Do I need an adapter to charge my devices (I’m from the US)
Should I buy a phone with pre-paid minutes? What type of cell should I get? Should I buy a prepaid SIM card? What is the cheapest?
How many souvenirs can I bring back onto the boat?Am I allowed to buy alcohol in a port and bring it back to the boat?
Is it possible for me to bring a bicycle with me, so that when I go into the port, I can travel freely?
I am a 22yr old woman, average in pretty much every way… Is it safe for me to go alone? What type of clothing should I pack? (Are women expected to wear skirts? Or does that pretty much just depend on the port/country…?) I’m thinking of including warm and cool weather clothing, in addition to comfy shoes, sunglasses, hats, sunscreen, and one really nice outfit.
I’m looking for a long trip. Something that is >100 days, does anyone have any recommendations?
I have a heart murmur, is it possible for me to bring my medication (in bulk) and keep it on the ship? Or, is that not allowed?
Can I bring a hair straightener/shampoo/conditioner/toothpaste/ (& etc) or do I need to buy it from the ship? Or, will the ship provide it for me? (I’ve been told both).
Honestly, I’m probably going to have so many more questions….. Any and all help will be appreciated!
If you’ve done this before or something like it, then I want to hear from YOU!
Although very sweet, many people are referring me to websites/articles that I have already read. I don’t want to be annoying or anything, but I’ve already gone the Google Search route.
Can anyone answer the questions from experience?
I know that traveling by cargo/freight ship is more expensive. But, I really feel like it’s also going to be more fun. I don’t need people or schedules to constantly entertain me. I live my life in semi-organized chaos, so flexibility is my middle name… All I want is to know a little bit more about life on board. But, maybe this will be my big chance to write a book that other people will find useful. I can’t tell if it’s a good or a bad thing that I can’t find too much info on what to expect….By ArabSQuad July 26th, 2012 at 01:54:27