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Get educated on cost effective ways to use your phone overseas

The Study World Fair 2010 runs from 6th – 8th September at the Hilton hotel, West London.

The event is attended by study-abroad professionals to give anyone considering overseas study the opportunity to connect with the best contacts in the industry.

If you are attending the study world fair as a potential UK student or as a University employee from overseas, Cellhire rent UK mobile phones and mobile internet for short periods of time to avoid high roaming charges.

Cellhire is a mobile phone rental specialist offering low cost, post-paid solutions to both students and university staff.

If you are a student coming to the UK to study

Cellhire rent UK SIM cards and mobile phones (or students can use their existing mobile phone if it is compatible) to students coming to the UK to study. Students only need to rent for the duration of their stay in the UK; our rental terms are flexible so there’s no need for 12 or 24 month tie-ins like with most mobile operators. Our tariffs are simple to understand and use and will save students up to 70% compared to using their existing SIM card in the UK. Visit http://www.cellhire.co.uk/students/visiting-ukfor more details.

If you are a student from the UK going overseas to study

If you are from the UK and wish to travel abroad to extend your learning, Cellhire has ‘local’ SIM cards for a whole host of global destinations. Visit international SIM cards to find out more. SIM cards for international destinations cost as little as £5 per week and you can use your existing handset should you wish; there are no compulsory top-ups and no minimum call spend. The savings are too good to miss!

If you are an employee of the university

If you are involved in academic partnerships or recruiting overseas students you may travel abroad for short periods of time. You can rent a ‘local’ SIM card for your time spent in these destinations to help you reduce the cost of your mobile bill by up to 70%.

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