Sim Cards
User Guidlines

Welcome to FreeMii. We are the world's first community where all members receive completely free unlimited data, talk and text on their mobile device. We believe connectivity should be a human right and not limited to only those who can afford access.

Getting Started

The tri-cut SIM is perforated so that you can break out a Standard, Micro or Nano SIM from the same card. These can then be re-plugged if you need to use the SIM in a different size. Carefully break off the SIM from the plastic holder. Depending on the type of your devices’ SIM slot(s), detach the Standard, Micro or Nano SIM card format. Insert the SIM into your device and switch it on.

The SIM will automatically detect your location and configure the necessary settings required to register to a network operator. Make sure you are selecting a partner provider only. To select a different network operator other than the one registered you can do so by selecting one manually in your network settings of your device. Should you need to access your location settings for troubleshooting purposes please refer to the below steps

a. For iOS devices

Select Settings > Phone > SIM Applications > Multi-Account > Country Selection
The active setting will have the asterisk (*) sign displayed next to it.

b. For Android Devices

In your Apps menu looks for SIM Toolkit or SIM Services and select
Select Multi-Account > Country Selection
The active setting will have the asterisk (*) sign displayed next to it.

Once your SIM has registered to a network operator you will receive a welcome text message and details of how to set up your internet on your device (this is also shown in Step 9 below). This is only applicable when the SIM is first used. The number printed on the label of the SIM card is your UK mobile number, unless stated otherwise To retrieve your UK number dial 133. To retrieve your USA number dial 160 You will then receive a text message with the required details. NOTE: US number expires in 60 days and a new US number can be retrieved by dialling 160 for FREE.

Receiving Calls

Calls can be received on either the UK number or the US number at any time in any country. However there will be an additional cost for receiving calls on the USA number as compared to the UK number.
See website for a complete and up to date list of tariffs.



Making Calls

Always dial the number in the full international format i.e. dial either using the '+' sign or '00' followed by the full
international code, then the number you wish to dial.

Voicemail

Calls can be received on either the UK number or the US number at any time in any country.
However there will be an additional cost for receiving calls on the USA number as compared to the UK number. See website for a complete and up to date list of tariffs.



Text Messaging

Always dial the number in the full international format i.e. dial either using the '+' sign or '00' followed by the full international code, then the number you wish to dial.



Set up Mobile Data

To activate mobile data on your WorldSIM, you will need to setup a new APN (Access Point Name) on your handset

a. Set up APN on iOS devices

Note: Some iOS devices might display the word Cellular instead of Mobile
elect Settings > Mobile Data > Mobile Data Options > Mobile Data Network
Under Mobile Data Network, APN = mobiledata Leave Username and Passwords fields blank. Please ensure Mobile Data and Data Roaming options are Enabled

b. Set up APN on Android devices

Note: Some Android devices might display the word Cellular instead of Mobile
elect Settings > More Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names
Create a New Access Point, Name = WorldSIM, APN = mobiledata and Save, ensure this APN is selected Under Mobile Networks, Enable Mobile Data and Data Roaming

Cannot Make and Receive Calls

  1. Check to make sure your SIM card is properly installed and your device is unlocked and that WorldSIM has coverage in the country you are visiting.
  2. Check you have credit in your account. Credit is required on your SIM to receive inbound calls. You can check your balance by dialling 187.
  3. Try manually changing networks to another provider. It might also help to take out the SIM, re-insert and restart the phone.
  4. If you are using a 3G/4G device check your handset settings to ensure GSM/3G/4G mode is selected.