|Aland Islands||1b||Gibraltar||1b||Netherlands Antilles||1b|
|Belgium||1b||Ivory Coast||1b||Puerto Rico||1b|
|Bosnia & Herzegovina||1b||Jordan||1b||Russia||1b|
|British Virgin Islands||1b||Kazakhstan||1b||Saudi Arabia||1b|
|Canada (****)||1b||Kuwait (Limited service)***||1b||Slovenia||1b|
|Cayman Islands||1b||Latvia||1b||South Africa||1b|
|Costa Rica||1b||Lithuania||1b||South Korea (**)||1b|
|Estonia||1b||Mongolia||1b||Us Virgin Islands||1b|
* Service in this country is currently being tested. The service is operational, but outages due to technical implementation are likely. If reliability of service is required, then we recommend purchasing a local SIM card for this country.
** Service in Cambodia, Japan & South Korea is only available if your cell phone supports 3G (2100MHz).
*** Please note that you cannot make outgoing calls from Kuwait, however you may receive them. You can send and receive text messages normally.
**** Our Canada Service works on the Bell Mobility and Telus networks, which have 3G frequencies of 850 and 1900MHz. Phones that have both of these frequencies include: iPhone (5, 4S, 4, 3GS, 3G), Samsung Galaxy SIII, SII and Note, Nokia N8, and any Smartphones purchased from AT&T in the United States.
If your phone does not have both of these frequencies, you must enter 1 followed by the PIN when turning your phone on. Please note, you will incur more expensive rates when entering 1 followed by your PIN - click here to find out more.