OneSimCard Direct

OneSimCard Direct


OneSimCard Direct offers the auto-correct dialed phone number function. Statistically, over 50% of calls dialed when roaming are misdialed. The app takes care of most misdialed phone calls. It will remove or add to the dialed numbers the required zeros and prefixes or just prompt you to enter correct number. This provides savings and removes the aggravation when the call does not get connected or gets connected to the wrong number because it was misdialed.

For OneSimCard customers it creates a more convenient calling experience when using OneSimCard international cell phone service on your Android mobile device. OneSimCard Direct hides the callback process when making outgoing calls, and thus eliminates the need to answer the ring when the call goes through. OneSimCard Direct also allows you to dial directly using the address book of your Android phone, a super-convenient way to make direct dial calls while overseas.
The app allows Android users easy access to many OneSimCard functions, like checking or topping up the balance, activating discounts, turning on call forwarding, managing Voice Mail and contacting support.

OneSimCard Direct works with any Android phone, not just OneSimCard enabled phones.

With OneSimCard Direct, it’s now easier than ever for Android devices owners to use OneSimCard international cell phone service while traveling abroad!

Recent changes:
-Added APN installation support
-Added Network Status
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Free
75
3.8
User ratings
29
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
2
File size
2848 kb
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About OneSimCard Direct
OneSimCard Direct offers the auto-correct dialed phone number function. Statistically, over 50% of calls dialed when roaming are misdialed. The app takes care of most misdialed phone calls. It will remove or add to the dialed numbers the required zeros and prefixes or just prompt you to enter correct number. This provides savings and removes the aggravation when the call does not get connected or gets connected to the wrong number because it was misdialed.

For OneSimCard customers it creates a more convenient calling experience when using OneSimCard international cell phone service on your Android mobile device. OneSimCard Direct hides the callback process when making outgoing calls, and thus eliminates the need to answer the ring when the call goes through. OneSimCard Direct also allows you to dial directly using the address book of your Android phone, a super-convenient way to make direct dial calls while overseas.
The app allows Android users easy access to many OneSimCard functions, like checking or topping up the balance, activating discounts, turning on call forwarding, managing Voice Mail and contacting support.

OneSimCard Direct works with any Android phone, not just OneSimCard enabled phones.

With OneSimCard Direct, it’s now easier than ever for Android devices owners to use OneSimCard international cell phone service while traveling abroad!

Recent changes:
-Added APN installation support
-Added Network Status

User reviews of OneSimCard Direct
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 15, 2014
Works for me No problem with my nexus 5
A Google User
Aug 7, 2014
App doesn't work; customer support says don't bother with it This app simply doesn't work on my Samsung Galaxy S5. The support staff at onesimcard just tell me I don't need it. I can live with that, but I really don't know why they make it then.
A Google User
Mar 14, 2014
Poor. Cannot handle phones with two SIM cards. I use Galaxy Note2 with duo sim. The app is useless because it doesnt see the inserted sim.
A Google User
Aug 28, 2013
Not working So far... I've wasted US $70.00. Not working in my Samsung Galaxy Note 2. I paid extra for a data package. It won't connect in Austria or Germany.
A Google User
Dec 13, 2012
Works as advertised On a Samsung S7562 running ICS. Not a huge difference, still have to wait a little bit while it runs its SCC thing in the background. It does remove the need to answer an incoming call, which is obviously more natural or easier for someone less technical. Again, works as advertized.