I presently have Verizon for my mobile phone service and Vonage for my landline service. I am trying to decide whether to keep Verizon and just purchase a sim card upon my arrival to London in Nov., or just cancel the service and get a new service there. Does anyone know how cost effective it would be to just change sim cards? Also, Vonage offers unlimited long distance (includes London) and it is conected to high speed internet so I can bring the modem with me, connect it and the $29.99 per month cost would remain the same...according to Vonage. Has anyone had any experience with this? Would it be more cost effective to secure a landline service there? Please advise...Thanks
Hi as for a sim card. They will virtualy give them away when you arrive. You can pick up a phone and card for as little as £10 in a supermarket.
Hi speed internet and landline will depend on where you are. cable networks will give you a whole package including TV at arround the £40 mark.
BT is about £25 a month i think for phone and internet package.
Speeds wil vary dependant on location.