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SIM card question

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We had a SIM card from CIE for years and were rather happy with their service.
I tried their European partner, but it did not work for me.
Our travel in Europe is usually 1- 2 weeks at the time....the phone is mostly used for emergency ( or similar) situations. We have an unlocked phone .
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Since CIE charged my credit card after the trip, I am not sure how other SIM
card providers charge.
I have looked at Orange ..... so many options,,
Do you purchase a card with a certain pre payed amount?
Once you purchase a card , how do you top it up?
I am looking for the simplest way that would work in different European countries.
We do not use the phone often, so the charges are not the main concern.

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