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Cell Phones in France

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We have not as yet entered the current century of smart phones. We have dumb old ones.

So data is not an issue. All we do is speak, listen and text (not a necessity).

We will be in France for a couple of weeks at the end of August and beginning of September.

While calling back home would be nice, that's probably not a requirement. I assume for that we can buy a cheap phone card and still find pay phones (though I'm sure there are less and less of them) in train stations or elsewhere. Tell me if I'm wrong here.

Our main goal is to communicate with each other when we've gone in different ways for a few hours.

What is the best/cheapest way to do this?

SIMs, throw away phones or something else?

Thanks.

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