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TIM SIM Cards

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Yes, another posting about the cell phones in Italy . . .

Is there anywhere at the Rome Airport that I can Purchase a TIM SIM card for a GSM cell phone.

I have explored this cell phone thing to death and before getting gouged by the rental phones and mailed to you SIM cards I may just purchase one when I get to the airport in ROME.

What does a TIM SIM card cost and how may minutes does in include? What is the cost per minute to make a call to an Italian phone number? How about from Italy to the US? I understand you can add minutes if needed.

Is there a difference between the service at TIM and the service at VODAPHONE and the cost per minute at each?

How long does it take to activate either of these?

Thanks!

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