Traveling is an enlightening experience. Footing your cellular bill teeming with roaming charges isn’t. That’s why WhatSim aims to make your smartphone work anywhere with cellular reception, or at least for sending messages. The initial 10 euro charge nets you a Sim Card that works in about 150 countries and is good for one year of use and up to 25,000 messages, depending on the places visited. If you happen to run out, just top it up for a few more bucks. It’s essentially the first globalized cell phone plan for sending messages, so end the hunt for WiFi and SMS away.

Learn more at WhatSim – $11+