No more roaming fees and searching for Wi-Fi hotspots when you travel.
One of the most frequently asked questions by travellers and digital nomads on social media is about the most affordable and convenient international Wi-Fi, internet, and sim card solutions. Even using your phone when travelling internationally for business presents the same problem.
As travellers ourselves, we know how expensive roaming is, and how access to the internet is not always possible, especially in more rural areas and underdeveloped countries. We would usually buy a new SIM card for each country, but it also becomes a hassle to buy airtime (in a foreign language) or to get the best deals.
Finally, there is a solution! Airalo is the world's first eSIM store that provides access to digital SIM cards in over 200 countries, all from a convenient app on your phone!
Why Airalo? The benefits:
no more expensive roaming fees
no more constant searches for Wi-Fi hotspots
stay online and connected wherever you are
no extra or hidden fees - 100% prepaid
earn $3 for every person you refer to use on your next data purchase.
How does Airalo work?
Using Airalo is really simple:
Choose your destination and package
Install your eSIM
Activate your eSIM
You can buy a local eSIM which is country specific; Regional eSIM cards which are available for Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa, as well as Asia; or a Global eSIM available for 84 countries.
Prices for data packages depend on the amount of data you want and the period of usage.
Social Impact and Contribution
Airalo also spearheads and supports several global initiatives to promote the health, safety, sustainability, and well-being of others.
They provided data services, connectivity, and relief funds from sales for the people in Ukraine, during the civil unrest in Myanmar, and fighting Wildfires in Australia in 2020. Airalo also contributes to children's education initiatives, providing clean water and environmental sustainability. You can read more about their initiatives here.
To find out more and to sign up, click here.