ZIP SIM
Everything You Should Know Before Subscribing

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ZIP SIM Cell Phone Plans

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Data
Price
ZIP Sim
ZIP SIM

Network Used: T-Mobile

Unlimited
Unlimited
2 GB
$55
   

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ZIP SIM Data Only Plans

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Data
Price
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ZIP Sim Data 500 MB

  500MB
  $20
Data Only SIM, Mobile Hotspot
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ZIP Sim Data Only 1GB

  1GB
  $30
Data Only SIM, Mobile Hotspot
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ZIP Sim Data Only 2GB

  2GB
  $50
Data Only SIM, Mobile Hotspot



Things To Know About ZIP SIM

Overview

ZIP SIM launched in November of 2012.  It is an MVNO brand that runs on the T-Mobile network.  The company focuses on offering temporary phone plans to those that are traveling internationally to the USA.

ZIP SIM SIM cards activate automatically once inserted into a phone generally with no input from the end user required.  Plans can be purchased in increments of 7, 14, 21 and 30 days.  International calling is available as an add-on with rates starting at 1¢/minute.

In late 2017 Zip SIM was purchased by Tucows.  Tucows also owns and operates Ting Mobile.  The move was made to help Tucows expand and strengthen its presence in the global marketplace.

Where To Buy Service Plans And SIM Cards

ZIP SIM service plans and SIM cards can be purchased directly from the company through their website.  They also can be purchased from independent dealers nationwide and through national and international retailers such as Amazon, and Staples Canada.

Supported Phones And Devices

Since ZIP SIM caters to international travelers and Canadians who like to travel south for the winter, it does not sell any phones.  Subscribers must have their own phones.  Any out of contract T-Mobile USA compatible device will work with ZIP SIM.  Most universally unlocked phones from manufacturer’s such as Motorola and Samsung are also compatible.  If you have a phone you’d like to bring to the network from outside the country, it needs to be at a minimum compatible with LTE bands 2 and 4.  For better coverage bands 12, 66 and 71 would also be good to have.  If your phone supports GSM bands 1700/1900/2100 MHZ it will also work but data speeds will likely be very slow.

Customer Support

Customer support is only available by email at [email protected]  Customer support requests that if you need to contact them that you include your 19-digit SIM card number, the location you are at, and what phone including the model number that you are using.

Company Highlights

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Year Founded: 2012
Networks Used: T-Mobile
LTE Bands Used: 2, 4, 5, 12, 66, 71,
Support For BYOD: Yes
Sells Phones: No
All Taxes And Fees Included In Price? No

Contact Information

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E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Phone Number:
Address/Headquarters:

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