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The best SIM card for Europe

Europe is such a beautiful place to visit. You can never go wrong if you choose to travel to Europe. Imagine yourself eating a delicious croissant while strolling through the streets of Paris, standing in front of the shining Eiffelturm at night, indulging in pasta and wine in Italy, having fondue in the Alpes of Switzerland or enjoying the panoramic view while sitting in the London Eye. Europe offers countless top sights and there are plenty of delicacies that you surely have to taste! However, as you’re travelling, you probably want to stay in contact with your family and your friends. There are three options: asking your home operator for a roaming offer, buying a Travel SIM card or buying a local SIM card in every country. Which option should you choose?

The wisest option is doubtless buying a Travel SIM card. Choosing your home operator’s offer is going to cost you a fortune so you better not take this option into account. Buying a local SIM card in every single country you’re going to visit is going to be quite nerve-racking. You will spend hours trying to buy a local SIM card as you have to queue first, then bargain for the SIM card and finally fill out a huge amount of paperwork until you can purchase your SIM. Honestly, I wouldn’t recommend that to you. It’s nerve-racking enough if you have to do this once but if you have to do this several times, you’ll be annoyed pretty fast. In addition, there might be language barriers and you might not be able to get a local SIM card easily, depending on which country you’re visiting. The most convenient option is buying a travel SIM card. You can buy one prior to leaving for your trip and even activate it before leaving. However, there are many travel SIM cards out there, so check a few criteria prior to buying one:

  • The offer should be rather easy to understand. It should be transparent and shouldn’t have any hidden traps.
  • Check which travel SIM card works in all your preferred countries. There might be SIM cards that don’t cover every country in Europe.
  • The SIM card should support all SIM Form Factors (Mini, Micro and Nano Format). This ensures that you’ll be able to plug the SIM card into any device.
  • Purchasing a TopUp shouldn’t be too difficult.
  • There should be support available, which offers help whenever you need it.

There are a lot of different Travel SIM cards, so check these criteria so you can choose the best SIM for your trip.

Qynamic, a swiss based company offers Q-Travel and Q-SIM, an excellent solution for Europe and the rest of the world. Very attractive prices, easy onboarding and convenient to use.

 

Just check it out on www.qynamic.com

 

or order Q-Travel directly on the Qynamic Webshop