Que Mobile International roaming service provider launched in India

que-international-roamingAn international roaming service provider, Que Mobile, has launched in India with some distinct and unmatchable benefits such as 30 second billing, roaming in Europe without changing the SIM and much more at extremely affordable rates.

Que mobile has a wide scope of operations with over 750 network partners across the globe, users are guaranteed seamless voice and data services like never before. So no matter where one goes, connectivity stays put.

Another unique feature is the billing transparency with no hidden surprises, which is generally lacking in this category. Que Mobile’s system allows you to know exactly what you are paying for. The consumer gets an update with every use, and has easy access to their account for a complete break up of call records, offering consumers the advantage of being able to keep a check on usage. Que Mobile already has a presence in Mumbai, Delhi, Rajasthan & MP regions respectively,

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Samir
July 7, 2014 3:17 pm 3:17 PM

I used the Que Mobile Sim Card when i travelled to Paris and London and it was Awesome
I liked it better then Matrix as it is one sim for all countries and i did not have to carry multiple sims and it was prepaid

Sudhakar
July 1, 2014 10:34 pm 10:34 PM

The que mobile calling rates are high. Better use voipdiscount.com or easyvoip.com

Please visit this link :
mobilevoip.com/en/supported_brands

Mr Ed
July 2, 2014 4:12 pm 4:12 PM

Your are not comparing like for like. Voip is not a SIM based service and needs a data connection of either 3G (which you will pay roaming on) or a Wifi signal…which hotels will probably charge you for.

A sweeping statement like you have made with out qualifying it makes no sense whatsoever.

Sudhakar
July 2, 2014 7:52 pm 7:52 PM

Will you go for high call rate or cheaper call rate*?. Only your response is not sensible.

* means – the call quality will depend on the internet connection that is used.

Mr Ed
July 2, 2014 8:40 pm 8:40 PM

I, like most professional travellers are prepared to pay a small premium for quality and convenience. Messing about buying local Sims, what’s app, voip, new phone numbers in each cointry and lost credit on local Sims you can’t use when you leave, is not worth the inconvenience. I’ve been travelling for over 40 years and tried all sorts over the years and have always come back to a SIM solution. I’ve been using global/international Sims since 2005. For a regular traveller they are superb.

Sudhakar
July 3, 2014 12:52 am 12:52 AM

If you are travelling a lot, airtel and some operators provide international roaming packs for both prepaid and postpaid. Check its rate. Not forcing / canvasing you. Just see.

International SIM is only for business people and not for common man.

Sudhakar
July 3, 2014 12:49 am 12:49 AM

You are talking about frequent travellers. I am talking about normal passengers. Ok?.

I agree that not all contacts have multimedia phones. But do you know that changing mobile numbers is not related to the use of whatsapp and viber?.

Sudhakar
July 3, 2014 12:42 am 12:42 AM

I am talking for common man who are majority travellers.

In the age of whatsapp, viber, VoIP etc, it is easy to communicate with our friends. So better to buy local SIM and tell that number to the friends, relatives.

Subarna Dutta
July 1, 2014 7:14 pm 7:14 PM

the official site is : quemobile.com

Seems like it is best for those who frequently visits many countrys. Good to see that the incoming call is free in most visited countrys.

Sudhakar
July 2, 2014 8:02 pm 8:02 PM

It is bettercto use reliance world sim. Check its website.

The voice, data and sms rates are more in the world sim of all the companies compared to the local sim of any country 🙁 .

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