Anyone sending you a text message will dial as they would for any international number.
That means starting with a + and then add the full international number.
As you have been given a full international number, you simply just need to add a + in front of the Lingmo Travel SIM number.
The same format is used for calling and sending texts to the Travel SIM.
Example: So to text the Travel SIM number 44 ### ##### they would send it to +44 ### #####
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You must use the international dialing format when making calls, starting with + and followed by country dial codes. Get the list here.
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Insert the Lingmo Travel SIM into your phone and dial *172# You will receive an SMS - click on the link in the message to install the data profile.
Can't set up mobile data?
Alternatively, go to your device’s Settings and create an Access Point Name with globaldata entered into the Name and APN fields.
Download our SIM Quick Start Guide for more information.
Can't make phone calls?
Use the full international number format starting with + Example: To call or SMS the Australian number 0401 555 555, dial +61 401 555 555
If you still experience issues, try the format *61 401 555 555#
Your phone will hang up and then call you back. Answer the call back and you will be connected.
Your SIM will auto connect to a supported network. If you experience issues, go into your device’s
Settings and manually select a network to connect.
Can't connect to a network?
On Apple devices, please go to Settings > Service Provider. You must switch Automatic off to manually select a network.
Settings on Android devices vary, however it is often located under Settings > Mobile Networks > Network Operators