What if we told you that you could win free roaming data up to 100GB that is valid in 100 different countries? Sounds impossible? Maybe not. Meet Flexiroam X
As quirky as that sounds, it’s a cool way for you to roam internationally for as little of a cost as possible. In a nutshell, the Flexiroam X service can be accessed by something called the X Microchip. The X Microchip is only 0.08mm thin and is designed to be attached to your existing SIM card.
So how do you get started? First, you will need to download the Flexiroam X app either on Google Playstore or Apple App Store. Then, register for an account and you can start collecting free data via small interactions within the application up to a bank of 100GB. Some tasks will want you to share the app with your friends or watch a quick video or input certain special codes.
Once you’ve built up your bank and wanted to travel with your Flexiroam X, simply order an X Microchip by purchasing the X Starter Pack. While the pack is free, you will be charged USD5 for shipping.
Upon receiving your X Microchip, you can stick it over your primary SIM. Don’t worry, though; it won’t affect your existing SIM card’s performance. Instead, you can now actively swap between using the X Microchip and your existing SIM.
It doesn’t end there, though. Even if you do have the X Microchip, you still won’t be able to use your data until you’ve purchased a yearly membership that cost USD9.99 a year. Once you’ve joined and activated your membership, the data that you’ve accumulated will be valid for as long as you have an active membership. Once your membership ends, the data will expire.
Besides slowly building up a bank of free data, you can also purchase a data pack, currently priced at USD20, which will give you 1GB of data.
Want to get an additional 100MB of data. Use our signup code THGFLEXI or head over to roam.my/thgflexi and download the app and you’re set.
Flexiroam X’s service is available in 100 countries with roaming partners like Vodafone, Optus, EE, Telefonica. AT&T, Indosat and T-Mobile. It also supports 4G LTE speeds where applicable. For more information, head on over to flexiroam.com.