The Ideal SIM for the Aussie Tourist Travelling to France
When you’re on holiday, especially in a faraway country like France, you want to see all those unique sites and do all those special activities like The Eiffel Tower, Versailles, and Champagne, just to name a few. Not to mention those beautiful rural destinations like Ars-en-Ré or Côtes-d'Armor that words cannot describe. Every traveller keeps a personal journal, but you can do all this and still be connected. This is why our SIM cards are perfect for avid adventurers like you.
So, wherever you plan to travel in Europe, browse our SIM card collection.
What makes SimCorner the best International card to use when travelling in France?
We have a range of benefits and features to make your holiday relaxing, including:
- A choice of 12GB or 20GB all within your budget
- Easy activation and receive unlimited calls from any country
- No roaming fees or those nasty hidden costs
- Your SIM card will be dispatched the same day or by the next business day
- Price beat guarantee
But you don’t need to take our word for it, read honest reviews from all our customers.
What are the issues with using a SIM card from Australia?
A SIM card from your country of origin will only provide prepaid minutes and texts for that country. In contrast, an International Travel card like the France SIM will allow you to switch between your current number and your foreign one.
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There are 4 main networks in France: Orange, SFR, Free Mobile and Bouygues. Orange is the larger of the two networks, and SFR is smaller. Our Sim cards can be used with Orange, Free Mobile or Bouygues these networks.
Activating your SIM card is a very simple process, anyone can do it. Once you have purchased a plan, all you have to do is place the SIM card in your device, and ‘voila’ away you go. As soon as the SIM is inserted, you are ready to use your device. A great tip when opening your phone’s slot is to use a paper clip.
If you have any trouble with the SIM, then in contact us using the contact us page. Please include any other information that you think may assist in determining the issue.
Yes, there are some places in France that have been termed ‘une zone blanche’ (white zone) by the French, which loosely translates to no phone signal.
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