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Sim Cards for Switzerland
SIM Cards for the Aussie Tourist Travelling to Switzerland
SIM cards are the easiest way to keep in touch with friends and loved ones back home when holidaying in the stunning snow-capped peaks of the Swiss Alps or cities famous for their history and cultural attractions like Zurich, Geneva, Bern, and Lausanne. Why keep all this to yourself? You’ll want to share the natural beauty of Switzerland's extraordinary scenery. In addition to this, SIM cards are fantastic for communicating with tour guides or new people you meet on your adventures.
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What are the issues with using a SIM card from my own Country when travelling to Switzerland?
In short, if you use a SIM card from your country of origin, you’ll be unable to use it in Switzerland. It‘s specific to that country and doesn’t offer the international coverage you will require.
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It’s an easy decision to make with our fabulous online reviews and the following benefits we have to offer:
- No roaming fees or hidden costs
- 30 days of service from the moment you initiate activation
- 12GB of data
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- Stay in touch with unlimited calls from any country
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The 3 main players that provide network coverage in Switzerland are Sunrise, Swisscom, and Salt.
Yes, all you have to do is insert the SIM card into your phone, that is how the sim card activates. You will then be able to start using your phone.
Contact the support team at your service provider, and they’ll give you the assistance you need.
Most of the networks in Switzerland are making the move to 5G networks, if they haven’t already. So, while it’s never fully guaranteed, you’ll highly likely get coverage in most areas. However, remote mountain areas and ski resorts could be an issue. Always check the range of coverage before travelling to any remote areas.