This Sim Lets Users Chat Anywhere for Free: Even Without Wi-Fi

    ChatSim World today unveiled ChatSim in a world premiere at the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai. ChatSim is the world's first SIM card that lets you chat free of charge.

    This Sim Lets Users Chat Anywhere for Free: Even Without Wi-Fi

    Yes, the SIM card lets you to chat on instant messaging apps for free of charge, anywhere even without Wi-Fi. The ChatSim work on most instant messaging apps like WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook Messenger, WeChat and many other apps available for smartphones and tablets.

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    Besides chatting for free and without limits with all instant messaging apps, ChatSim is also the first "Instant Messaging SIM" in the world to introduce voice calls with all instant messaging apps as a single voice communication system.

    This Sim Lets Users Chat Anywhere for Free: Even Without Wi-Fi

    Commenting on the launch, Manuel Zanella, CEO of ChatSim, said, "to exchange photos, videos and emotions at high speed and stay connected with everything and everyone. With a super-fast connection, the world seems to be at your fingertips."

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    "It is an excellent tool for people traveling abroad for business to always keep in touch with colleagues
    and acquaintances. The most advanced instant messaging apps and super-fast networks let you
    stay connected always. And ChatSim lets you do it at very affordable prices," he added.

    This Sim Lets Users Chat Anywhere for Free: Even Without Wi-Fi

    ChatSim can be purchased online at the company's official website and is delivered all over the world.

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