Ukraine roaming: Ukraine receives a high number of tourists from all across the globe as well as from within the country
1 GB OF DATA TRAFFIC WITHOUT EXPIRATION, VALID IN THE 88 COUNTRIES FOR €23 – GET IT HERE
Forget about roaming costs, forget about the hours spent desperately looking for free Wi-Fi connections.
1 GB for Ukraine SIM Card for €12.20– valid for 30 days.
This SIM card is reusable and can be recharged for any of 170+ countries. No matter if your next travel is ni Asia, Europe or America.
No contracts. No commitments. Reusable.
Possible packages are: 250 mb, 500 mb, 3 GB, 5 gb or 10 GB. Contact us for a quote.
Local SIM Cards – Currently in 2019, there are four major mobile phone providers in Ukraine: Kyivstar, Vodafone, lifecell and 3mob.
Up to now SIM cards in Ukraine are not registered. The government has plans to change the rules.
If you purchase via Alertify, your SIM card can be shipped to the hotel or AIRbnb or even to your home before departure.
Our solution last longer than any local SIM card: You don’t need to buy new SIM Cards every single time you enter a different country. And every solution is unique and created for your needs.
Solution can be:
- Low-cost calls, data & SMS for more countries or one country;
- Unlimited messages and emoji with WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Viber, Line and WeChat anywhere in the world.
For an long-term solution for your business needs, for your peace of mind, for 4G Speed…
AND to save up to 85% on Ukraine Roaming Charges contact Alertify
Ukraine telecom market has attracted investors from Turkey and Russia and although there remain considerable difficulties resulting from the annexation of Crimea from Russia and continuing unrest In eastern regions, the country has emerged from the severe recession of 2015 and 2016 and this is reflected in improving revenue growth for telcos.
The competitive mobile market is dominated by the three network operators Vodafone Ukraine (owned by MTS and using the Vodafone brand name), Kyivstar (owned by VEON) and Lifecell (owned by Turkcell). These dominant providers have effectively stymied the development of the MVNO sector by promoting their own low-cost subsidiaries. As a result, the MVNO market remains underdeveloped and few operators have been licensed thus far. Nevertheless, in coming years a gap in the low-cost segment may provide the opportunity for MVNOs to thrive.
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