MILAN and LOS ANGELES, January 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
WhatSim connects WhatsApp in about 150 countries with more than 400 operators.
The inventor of the Sim card is Manuel Zanella, who also happens to be the founder of Zeromobile and the first mover of wearable technology with his i'm Watch, the world's first smartwatch.
WhatSim is here! It is the first WhatsApp Sim that lets you chat absolutely free of charge and without any limits using WhatsApp, the world's most popular messaging system. Anywhere in the world.
WhatSim connects to more than 400 operators in about 150 countries. Anywhere in the world it connects to the provider with the best coverage and signal right where you are. If you change your position, it automatically searches for a new provider. If a better one is available, it connects by itself without you even noticing it.
Thanks to WhatSim and its worldwide data connection, you can finally chat with WhatsApp whenever and wherever you want without any limits.
The idea came to an Italian entrepreneur, Manuel Zanella (38 years old), engineer, founder and CEO of Zeromobile, Italy's first Global Mobile Operator for low-cost roaming.
Zanella is also famous for being in 2011 the "first mover" in the wearable technology industry with i'm Watch, the world's first smartwatch.
WhatSim is a stroke of genius. Everyone now uses WhatsApp, even when traveling. But you need a data or Wi-Fi connection to chat for free. The most common problem is that the roaming data connection is usually expensive and Wi-Fi is not available everywhere and often it is not even free.
WhatSim allows you to chat with WhatsApp whenever you want.
WhatSim costs just €10 and you can chat for free all over the world for a year. WhatSim has neither fixed costs nor monthly payments and it never expires.
Zanella had also the idea to realize a special version of WhatSim that is inspired by Pope Francis and designed for those countries of the world that the UN calls the Global South.
In some of these countries, buying a WhatSim will cost €5 instead of €10.
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