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Uruguay SIM card & Uruguay roaming: Uruguay  receives a high number of tourists from all across the globe as well as from within the country

CurrencyUruguayan Peso * CapitalMontevideo * Population: 3,462,000 * Calling code+598


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Traveling to Uruguay?

Forget about roaming costs, forget about the hours spent desperately looking for free Wi-Fi connections.
1 GB for Uruguay SIM Card for €9.90
This SIM card is reusable and can be recharged for any of 140+ countries in next 6 months. No matter if your next travel is ni Asia, Europe or America.
No contracts. No commitments. Reusable.
You can choose between next daily data packages: 3, 7, 14 or 30 days.They are all Unlimited – 500MB daily high speed data usage, thereafter unlimited restricted speed data usage.

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Local SIM Cards: Currently in 2019, there are three major mobile phone providers in Uruguay : Movistar, Claro and Antel.

For purchasing a Uruguayan SIM card in a shop, you must still show your passport (in original as any copies are not accepted) and formerly had to give a local address, which is also not mandatory anymore.

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 Uruguay Roaming Charges contact Alertify

Uruguay Telecom & Travel News

Uruguay ratifies Mercosur roaming agreement

Uruguay has become the first Mercosur member country to formally ratify in parliament the agreement reached last year to formally end roaming charges, reports Telesemana. mercosur roaming   The deal was signed in July 2019 by the government heads of Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina. Once approved by the remaining parliaments, over 185 million mobile […]

Brazil, Peru closer to the end of the roaming fees

Brazil’s federal government published in the official gazette a decree to enact a border integration agreement with Peru. Brazil Peru roaming   The agreement was signed nearly six years ago by former presidents Dilma Rousseff of Brazil and Peru’s Ollanta Humala during Rousseff’s state visit to Peru. In 2017, the Brazilian government issued another decree for a pilot project […]

Uruguay, Costa Rica and Argentina lead the Latin American telecoms market

Uruguay is one of the very few Latin American countries where the local fixed-line market is neither privatised nor liberalised. Antel, the state-owned incumbent, has a monopoly in the provision of local telephony and fixed broadband services. Other segments of the telecom market have been opened to competition, including international long-distance telephony, mobile telephony, and fixed-wireless […]

Mercosur roaming fees could end by mid-year

International roaming charges among the countries of the Mercosur free trade area could end by mid–year, according to Teresita Palacios, head of Paraguay’s telecoms watchdog Conatel. Mercosur roaming Mercosur or ‘común Mercado del Sur’ members are: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay. For the rest of America, she said that it still depends on the countries’ endorsement. Two weeks ago, during a meeting […]

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