Adding local numbers to your SIM allows your friends, family and business colleagues to contact you for the price of a local call, no matter where you are in the world.
Let’s say you’re travelling to Paris on business but your brother lives in Sydney. By adding a local Sydney number to your SIM, your brother can call you for the price of a local call, even though you are in Paris!
By adding a local Paris number, your business colleagues there can also contact you for the price of a local call!
The possibilities are endless and you can add up to 50 numbers, for as long as you like, for locations all over the world.
You may still be charged for receiving a call with a local land line added. To view more details on rates please click here
To get you started when you purchase your RoamingSIM you will receive an Australian local landline number free for the first month.
How do I divert my existing mobile number to my RoamingSIM?
Before setting up a call divert you must do the following:
- Activate your RoamingSIM
- Purchase a local landline number.
Australian mobile phone operators will only allow call forwarding to be applied to another Australian phone number. They will not allow call forwarding to an international phone number.
- Set up call forwarding with your existing carrier.
- All of the inbound calls to your existing telephone number will now be diverted to your RoamingSIM telephone number.
- You can only have voice calls forwarded. It is not possible for SMS messages to be forwarded.
What local numbers can I add to my RoamingSIM?
It is possible to have up to 50 additional local numbers associated with your RoamingSIM.
Some countries require additional documentation to be supplied in order to set up a local number. This is a fraud prevention measure, and is beyond the control of RoamingSIM.