Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom and EEA: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway.
BUT this SIM card can be used in: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Hertzegovina, Giorgia, Gibraltar, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine too.
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Local SIM Cards – Currently, in 2019, there are three major mobile phone providers in Switzerland (Swisscom, Sunrise, Salt) .
Before you can use Swiss prepaid services you will need to show some identification. So bring your passport or national photo ID and fill in forms at the point of sale for registration. The activation of the starter pack can take some hours to be processed.
If you purchase via Alertify, your SIM card can be shipped to the hotel or AIRbnb or even to your home before departure. Travel to Switzerland
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Switzerland, a country at the centre of Europe, has a telecommunication market with features that are distinct from its neighbours. While fixed line services are favourably priced, mobile communications are comparatively expensive — but customers tend to remain loyal to their providers.
Four companies operate mobile communication networks in Switzerland (Swisscom AG, Sunrise Communications AG, Orange Communications SA, and In&Phone), with the three largest operating third-generation (3G) networks, in particular the Universal Mobile Telecommunications System, or UMTS. Despite Switzerland’s relatively small size, this puts it among the top rankings for the number of operators that typically serve the markets in EU countries. travel to switzerland
It is unusual that Swiss users of mobile telephony prefer more expensive contracts to cheaper prepaid systems (57.3 per cent versus 42.7 per cent). In the EU, the ratio between these two methods of payment is almost exactly reversed (58.2 per cent prepaid compared with 41.8 per cent contracts). It would seem that factors other than price are decisive here: customers in Switzerland seem to appreciate an attractive service and good coverage, as well as being able to use their mobile phones without any limitations.