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Prepaid SIM plans in Bulgaria?

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Prepaid SIM plans in Bulgaria?

I wonder which company, VIVA TEL, or MTEL is the better option for a prepaid SIM in Bulgaria. I am visiting Bulgaria for 1 month only, and ONLY need to send local TEXT messages (probably a lot of them) to dozens of Bulgarian cellular numbers. Most of those numbers begin with 088, but there are some 089 as well.

Does anyone know which umbers belong to MTEL, and which are VIVATEL numbers? Is there a fast way of finding out that kind of information online? I need to do it every time I get a new national SIM. I would like to get the cheaper plan (especially for sending, and recieving SMS, and maybe a couple local calls).

Thanks,

and ps. I think there is a third plan - Globus.

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