All over the world, people can get their hands on different types of SIM cards for phones. We can say that they are highly necessary tools to be able to communicate, so we cannot not have one of them. Therefore, we will talk about the SIM card to have internet in France, an easy solution for those who do not want to lose the connection on their trip, or rent a portable Wifi.
This is a topic that may be of interest, especially for those people who want to travel and spend a few days visiting that country. Whether you go to the Eiffel Tower or walk through the famous gardens of the capital, you can not miss your main means of communication to communicate with whoever you need.
There are several options for purchasing your SIM card before traveling to France. However, there is one that is quite striking and that will undoubtedly serve you for many more destinations in the future. We are talking about HolaFly, which with its online store is available to everyone in a matter of a click.
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The best thing about Holafly is that they have cards for many countries around the world, from the United States to Japan, through the countries of Southeast Asia, South America or Europe. And most of them also offer unlimited data, so you don’t have to keep an eye on what you are doing to make sure you don’t spend too much.
We recommend Holafly because we have used their cards on a lot of occasions (in New Zealand, New York, Jordan, Switzerland, Mexico…) and in all cases they have worked great. What we like the most is that we can have internet from the moment we land in the destination country.
Holafly’s operation is simple, you just request the SIM for the country you are going to travel to and they will send the card to your home in 72 hours for free (if you need it faster you can request it for the next day paying shipping costs).
I am going to travel to Paris in two weeks for 5 days. I would like to buy a prepaid SIM card for my phone, no need for calls or SMS, just data is enough. I have searched through the French mobile operators and have not found anything really acceptable. For example, in Finland I bought a SIM card for 5 euros with 3GB of data.
So, the question is – what is the best SIM card for me, assuming that 1GB is enough (considering the prices) and that I will actually be able to use it (I have read that some operators activate mobile data only after 5 days, which is unacceptable for me considering I will only be there for 5 days)?
I’m afraid France is a country where mobile internet is still very expensive. You could buy a standard prepaid SIM card and top it up with credit. You could then burn this credit using internet data. Be aware that the rates are often somewhat expensive. SFR, for example, will charge you 0.50 euros per internet session, limited to 2MB (see the Mentions Légales on the SFR website ).
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Hola Amigo, I bought a sim in vodafone in Barcelona of 4,5gigas + 100min calls for 10 euros and that lasted me the whole trip, andube in paris and rome, I did not have any inconvenience since the EU has roaming throughout the territory. In paris I also saw vodafone agencies, in case you use up your balance and want to recharge money. Regards
I ask you a question, how long did it take you more or less since you got off the plane, took your luggage, went through all the controls and then went to the other terminal and did you check in and went through all the controls again and arrived at the boarding gate of your next flight? I ask you because I arrive at terminal 2F at 8pm and I have a flight leaving at 11pm for Brazil.