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SIM card for Several Countries

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Is there a SIM card that is active in several countries. Sort of like a Euro works across countries. This mainly would be for calls to a Canadian phone number.

We'll be in Germany for three days, Budapest for four, sail to Amsterdam (that takes two weeks) and be there for four and then three in France.

I expect the answer is no but thought I'd ask.

It is likely I will be with my husband most of the time so perhaps a text message wouldn't be too pricey from our Canadian phones if we needed to contact each other if separated.

If we don't get a SIM card, I'm hoping that Skype calls from a free Internet site are reasonable.

Does anyone use FaceTime from Euope to N.A.?

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