A free government phone could be a great way to get around in countries where you still have to pay for your mobile phone bill.

You might find yourself at home with a $150,000 smartphone that’s just about perfect for your needs.

Here’s how to get one in a few places.

1.

Thailand (thailand) In Thailand, where people still have their old-fashioned cellphones, you’ll be lucky to get an old-school cellphone if you want to make the most of your free phone.

The telecoms company, Thaipoles Telecom, provides phones for less than $25 and they cost a little less than one-third the price of an Apple iPhone. 

However, Thais will have to be patient as they can only get two new phones per year, and the company will be closing its doors by the end of 2019. 

So you might be tempted to try to make do with a Samsung Galaxy S7 or an HTC Desire X, but be careful.

While these phones are technically free, they have no subsidies.

The only way you can get a subsidized phone in Thailand is to apply for a special license and pay a few thousand baht ($60). 

2.

Australia Australia is another country where you’ll have to wait until 2019 before you can purchase a smartphone.

Australia’s mobile network has been free since 2002 and you don’t have to worry about getting a subsidized smartphone if you’ve got an old, non-retail-brand phone.

In addition to a free mobile phone, you also have to have a valid phone number.

To qualify, you have to show that you’re over 18 and can show a photo ID, and you have a permanent address.

The phone itself has to be in working order and be in your own home, but the network isn’t as strict about it as in the United States.

The government offers subsidies of about $10 a month for smartphones and tablets, and if you have the right number of contacts, you can be eligible for about a quarter of the subsidy.

3.

Switzerland A new free smartphone called “Swiss” is available in Switzerland for about $100 a year, though you’ll need to prove that you have at least five contacts to get it.

The device is available to anyone over 18 years old and has to fit in your pocket or purse.

It’s also compatible with the Apple iPhone and Android phones.

If you’re looking to get away from the constant phone calls and text messages in your country, you might consider the Samsung Galaxy A3, which has been available for just under $300 a year in the US.

If your phone is compatible with one of the aforementioned phones, the price is about the same.

4.

Canada Canada is another place where you don.t have to rely on subsidies.

If all you want is a free cellphone, you need to apply to get your hands on a subsidized HTC One.

This is a smartphone that offers 4G LTE for about 50 cents a month, and it’s the first smartphone to support Google’s voice calling service.

It also has a wide range of features, including a large touchscreen, which allows you to use your phone with one hand, and an IR blaster for a quick dialing of the home screen.

5.

Brazil Brazil is another free country where there’s little to no subsidies, but you will need to be willing to work a little harder to get the smartphone you want.

Brazilians will have a chance to get their hands on the HTC One in 2019, and they’ll need a valid number to get started.

The handset can only be purchased for $120, and there’s no limit to how many you can buy.

The company’s website is also free and allows you the option to pay with cash or debit cards.

6.

India In India, a smartphone will cost about $30 a month.

That’s a little more than the $10 you’d pay in the States, but it’s still pretty affordable.

The cost of your smartphone varies by country, but most of them are around $20 or $25.

India also has an extensive free-cellular network, which means you’ll only have to spend about $15 on a phone each month.

7.

Germany While Germany is one of our favorite countries in the world, there are some limitations when it comes to getting a free phone in Germany.

To get your phone, all you have has to do is show up in person at a service station and show proof of your address and telephone number.

This will only work in certain parts of the country, so check with your service provider for more information.

You can also apply to have your phone shipped from another country, and then you can bring your device to a service center and show it to a supervisor.

You’ll also have the option of getting a subsidy if you buy a subsidized Samsung Galaxy phone.

8.

Mexico If you don,

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