its a no contract sim, you'll probably have to buy it (probably around 99p-£5) and add £5 credit then add £15 and activate the add on, its valid for 1 month then its up to you if you want to recharge it there are no further fees if you choose not to buy any more, to buy a sim no id is required but you may get asked to give your name and address to activate it, however last time i bought a sim there were no checks of any kind to verify the details provided , obviously if you buy a sim off somewhere like ebay then there are no checks since most of the ones on ebay are people selling sim cards they got free.
Originally Posted by Kaos2K
i'd certainly imagine that you can get a tube map on the app store however one of the small free cards is more practical simply because it doesnt attract the wrong kind of attention like a smartphone does.
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