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Stefan Constantinescu

I just smile and think of Finland, where a prepaid SIM card comes with unlimited data at a rate of 1.90 EUR/day.

Planning on staying in the country longer? Then send a text to order a week or a month of data. Pay more money for more speed, or less money for slower speeds, both options come with unlimited consumption. In other words, wireless data is priced like wired data.

And if you're going to be here for a while, and you don't mind waiting for pages to load, you can get the plan I'm on: unlimited data for 6 months for just 30 EUR. Yes, you're capped at less than half a megabit per second, but who cares?!

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