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Philippines – 4G/5G From RM2/Day

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Coverage Area Philippines only.
Local Carrier Globe
The system automatically assigns carriers based on availability.
Type (Daily): Data refreshed every 24 hours.
(Total Data): Disconnect if data exceeds.
(Unlimited Data): Reduce speed to 256kbps if data exceeds.
Zero Roaming Charges  SIM card is Data-Only and does not come with a number. Traditional calls or text messages are not permitted. You can use Apps like WhatsApp/WeChat to access local data to make calls or send messages without paying pesky roaming charges and easily stay connected while traveling abroad.
Activation Timeframe SIM card is valid for 60 days from the date of purchase.
Example:
Purchase on July 1st. (60 days is valid until August 30th).
The first day of activating the SIM must be before August 30th.
Internet Speed High Speed 4G LTE/5G (Depends on the local carrier)
Speed ​​may vary by location, network conditions, weather conditions or other factors. Additionally, natural obstacles like tall buildings, mountains, or even large bodies of water can obstruct the signal and result in slower internet speeds. 
Hotspot Yes, you can share connection with other devices via hotspot. However, more devices connected, the more network bandwidth will be divided among those devices, which may result in slower speeds. You can focus on one hotspot at a time and avoid slowing down the internet. 
Pickup/Delivery SIM card (3-in 1 SIM card with Nano,Micro,Standard) :
1.Pick up at office within working hours.
2.Delivery to East Malaysia / West Malaysia with delivery fee.
Cancelation Non-refundable.

iOS Phone SIM Card Setting

Step 1:

Upon arrival at your destination, insert the SIM card into your phone. Make sure to turn on the Data Service and Data Roaming in your phone settings.

Step 2:

Please wait for about 3 minutes. The SIM card will automatically search for a network. You might see some messages pop up on your screen during the setting. Just go ahead and click on the “OK” button to move on to the next step.

Step 3:

After 3 minutes, the setup should be done. Your phone should show that it has a signal and display the name of the carrier. You will be all set to start exploring the amazing world of the internet! If it’s still not working, try turning your phone off and on again.

Additional Information:
  • If you are unable to connect, it may be because you do not have a good mobile signal coverage in your location. In this case, try turning off your phone and turning it back on your phone at another location.
  • If you are crossing the border into another country, some phones might need to be restarted twice.
  • When you return to your home country after traveling, please switch to your own local SIM card. Don’t forget to turn off the data roaming on your phone to avoid unnecessary roaming charges.

iOS Phone eSIM installation

Before installing the eSIM, it is imperative to ensure that you have an active internet connection, either through WiFi or another mobile data plan. This will ensure a seamless installation process and prevent any potential disruptions.

For Apple iPhones and iPads:

  1. Go to Settings and then Cellular/Mobile Data, tap on Add eSIM, and then Use QR Code.
  2. Install QR code by 2 options:
    1. Scan QR code from the email by using other devices or print out (You may print the QR code’s email before departure). Position the QR code in the box and wait for the system to identify your new plan.
    2. Select enter details manually. Copy and paste the codes. The system will identify that your new plan is ready to be installed.

      Notes: Please note that the QR code can only be scanned once. Do not remove the eSIM from your device as you will not be able to use it again.

  3. Select the new plan and tap continue. Rename the line as “HISTravel”.
  4. eSIM is for data use only (no SMS or calls). Select the HIS line as your default line. Also, select HIS for iMessage and FaceTime. Keep in mind that if you choose your primary line, it means your original phone number SIM card is still active, so your network provider may charge data roaming charges for incoming or outgoing calls and SMS text messages.
  5. Next, select HIS as your Cellular Data option. It is really important that you disable/turn off the allow data mobile switching option. This is to prevent extra roaming charges on your bill.
  6. Once you arrive at the destination, go to Settings and then Cellular/Mobile Data. Select the HIS eSIM and activate this line and turn on data roaming.
  7. Go back to Cellular/Mobile Data and make sure the HIS line is selected as default at cellular data.
  8. Done, your eSIM is now active.



Android Phone SIM Card Setting

Step 1:

Upon arrival at your destination, insert the SIM card into your phone. (For Dual SIM phone users, please insert SIM into SIM Slot 1 and make sure your data service is set to SIM 1).

Step 2:

Please switch on the Data Service and Data Roaming on your phone (For Dual SIM phone users, if you have inserted 2 SIM cards, please check and confirm the data roaming and data service are set on the SIM 1). Please wait for about 3 minutes, SIM will search for network automatically. You might see some messages pop up on your screen during the setting. Just go ahead and click on the “OK” button to move on to the next step.

Step 3:

After 3 minutes, the setup should be done. Your phone should show that it has a signal and display the name of the carrier. You will be all set to start exploring the amazing world of the internet! If it’s still not working, try turning your phone off and on again.

Additional Information:
  • If you are unable to connect, it may be because you do not have a good mobile signal coverage in your location. In this case, try turning off your phone and turning it back on your phone at another location.
  • If you are crossing the border into another country, some phones might need to be restarted twice.
  • When you return to your home country after traveling, please switch to your own local SIM card. Don’t forget to turn off the data roaming on your phone to avoid unnecessary roaming charges.

Android Phone eSIM installation

Before installing the eSIM, it is imperative to ensure that you have an active internet connection, either through WiFi or another mobile data plan. This will ensure a seamless installation process and prevent any potential disruptions.

  1. Go to Settings and then Connections/Network and Internet, tap on Add eSIM.
  2. Add mobile plan.
  3. Add using QR code.
  4. Scan QR code from the email by using other devices or print out (You may print the QR code’s email before departure). Position the QR code in the box and wait for the system to identify your new plan.
  5. Turn off your mobile network/existing data plan.
  6. Turn on data roaming.
  7. Done, your eSIM is now active.

Do not forget to enable mobile data. Once you’ve landed at your destination, please turn off your primary default line to avoid any unnecessary roaming charges.


FAQ

1. Can I use the SIM card for making traditional phone calls or sending SMS messages?

No, this is a data-only SIM card. They are specifically designed for data usage and do not include a local phone number for making traditional phone calls or sending SMS messages. However, there are alternative methods available, such as using internet-based calling apps like WhatsApp or utilizing messaging apps with voice call capabilities.

2. What happens if I use a non-compatible device with 4G/5G service?

Using a non-compatible device with 4G/5G service can result in decreased speed, reliability, and limited access to advanced features. Your device may not be able to connect to the network or may experience slower speeds and reduced performance compared to a compatible device.

3. Why does SIM card internet speed vary by location?

Factors such as infrastructure availability, population density, distance from cell towers, and environmental variables all contribute to the variation in SIM card internet speed. Urban areas tend to have better infrastructure and higher population density, resulting in faster speeds. In contrast, rural areas often face limitations in network infrastructure, leading to slower speeds.

4. Can I expect reliable internet speed on a cruise?

Internet connectivity on cruises can be challenging due to the limitations of maritime networks. While some cruise ships offer internet access, the speeds may not match those experienced on land. Factors such as the ship’s location, satellite coverage, and the number of users can impact the internet speed on a cruise.

5. How can I improve SIM card internet speed in remote areas like forests or mountains?

In remote areas like forests or mountains, the obstacles and interference from the surrounding environment can hinder internet speeds. However, there are strategies to enhance connectivity. These may include using signal boosters, satellite internet, or positioning yourself closer to clearings or higher elevations where the signal is likely to be stronger.

6. What can I do to optimize SIM card internet speed in any location?

To optimize SIM card internet speed in any location, ensuring you have a compatible device, keeping your SIM card in good condition, and selecting a reputable network provider can make a significant difference. Additionally, using Wi-Fi networks whenever available, closing unnecessary background applications, and monitoring network congestion can also help improve your overall internet speed.

7. Can I renew or extend the data?

No, you can buy another SIM card if you need more data.