Delivery for SIMcard only


#1

Why is the cheapest option for delivery $4.00? Should able to put in an envelope and stick on a $0.50 stamp.


#2

Hi @kennethg.yfjhvl

Shipping and Handling would be my guess. Might as well ask why it’s cheaper to buy 10 lbs. of potatoes instead of 5.


#3

c1tobor wrote:

Hi @kennethg.yfjhvl

Shipping and Handling would be my guess. Might as well ask why it’s cheaper to buy 10 lbs. of potatoes instead of 5.

The 5-lb bag contains fresh potatoes, the 10-lb bag contains old potatoes, half of which have rotten spots or are starting to sprout.


#4

Hi @kennethg.yfjhvl ,

There is a lot more to getting the SIM card to you than just dropping it in an envelope. We want it to reach you intact, so it is packaged. Packaging, manpower to fulfill orders, warehouse space, and postage all play a role in the price.

The SIM card is also offered on Amazon, if you’re a Prime member, it ships free: http://a.co/cjE7SyD


#5