BOSTON, December 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — OneSimCard, a leading global provider of low cost international mobile roaming services for businesses and leisure travelers, announced today that Malaysia Airlines has begun offering OneSimCard during in-flight duty free sales. OneSimCard has partnered with Malaysia Airlines’ Temptations Magazine Team and Inflight Sales Group to offer Malaysia Airlines’ customers OneSimCards on international flights.

Standard international roaming rates offered by the major telecoms carriers are exorbitantly high. On average, international roamers should expect to pay over US $2.50 per minute for both incoming and outgoing voice calls. Major telecom carriers also charge international roamers extremely high internet data rates, often in excess of US $10.00 per MB.

OneSimCard offers international travelers an average discount of about 85% off the voice, text messaging and internet data roaming rates offered by major telecoms carriers. OneSimCard customers enjoy FREE incoming calls in 160+ countries and outgoing international roaming calls beginning at US $0.25 per minute. Internet Data rates begin at US$0.13 per MB. OneSimCard comes with both a European and US mobile phone number, with additional phone numbers available in 65+ countries.

OneSimCard works worldwide in unlocked GSM devices and phones. The user simply replaces their domestic carriers’ SIM card with OneSimCard when traveling internationally. All users can replace their own SIM cards in just a few seconds. OneSimCard provides international roaming services in over 200 countries. OneSimCard is a pre-paid service which does not require any contract and has no connection fees, subscription fees or monthly maintenance fees.

To learn more about OneSimCard please go to: www.onesimcard.com

About OneSimCard
OneSimCard (onesimcard.com), a division of Belmont Telecom, Inc., is a leading provider of mobile service for international travelers offering low-cost voice, text and data service worldwide. OneSimCard saves travelers 85% on international roaming charges compared to their regular domestic mobile carrier and has been widely acclaimed by mobile industry and travel experts, including those from The New York Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe and PC Magazine.