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  • 16 September 2020
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I would like to know if i can buy 2 sim card for a kid watcheas. And if there are fee related . If yes how much are they.

We already have two cell phone with you. 

 

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Best answer by nim4165 17 September 2020, 04:30

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Some kids watches require a SIM card from a GPRS network (such as Lil Tracker Mobile, Rogers Wireless, Fido, and a few others). You need to see the specific SIM requirements for your specific kid watch. Newer kids watches may also be compatible with other networks.

See https://www.liltracker.ca/pages/faq-sim-card-data-plans

 

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Some kids watches require a SIM card from a GPRS network (such as Lil Tracker Mobile, Rogers Wireless, Fido, and a few others). You need to see the specific SIM requirements for your specific kid watch. Newer kids watches may also be compatible with other networks.

See https://www.liltracker.ca/pages/faq-sim-card-data-plans

 

Nim is right.  What kind of sim do you need for the watch and what plan/requirements does it need.

Koodo doesnt have any watch specific sims, but you can use a regualr sim that would normally work for a phone or tablet

Its say that the gms sim card need to be gprs enable and have the caller id display function. 

Is it something that I can have with koodo? If yes how much does it cost and do I need to take a forfait ?

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You are probably better off using Rogers/Fido network which cover all the  GSM (2G) 850/900/1800/1900 MHz frequencies vs. koodo that covers only  850 MHz and 1900 MHz frequencies

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You are probably better off using Rogers/Fido network which cover all the  GSM (2G) 850/900/1800/1900 MHz frequencies vs. koodo that covers only  850 MHz and 1900 MHz frequencies

I believe the rogers gsm network shuts down in December so there's that to consider too.

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You are correct. Rogers planned  GSM shutdown 31/12/2020

See the very few remaining mobile providers who still support GSM  in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Canadian_mobile_phone_companies