If you’re traveling to Andorra, you need to think about how to connect to the internet on your trip. Paying extra for data roaming is very expensive, so we recommend buying a prepaid Andorra SIM card, which offers all the internet you need at a cheap price. Whether you’re walking the streets of Andorra la Vella or visiting the Church of Sant Joan de Casselles, connecting to the internet has never been easier.
In this article, we’ll talk you through the different companies that offer SIM cards. Our recommended option is Holafly, which offers strong internet coverage at an affordable price. You can also access 24/7 customer service and fast, free delivery, giving you peace of mind.
Where to buy an international SIM card for Andorra?
There are two main ways to buy a SIM card for Andorra:
1. Buy it from an online shop like Holafly before you travel
2. Buy it once you arrive in Andorra
Let’s take a look at the different options:
Buy before you travel
There are many advantages to buying your SIM card before arriving in Andorra:
- Connection the moment you arrive
Buying a SIM card before you travel allows you to connect to the internet the moment you cross the border. So you won’t have to waste time searching for a cell phone store and you can start exploring right away.
- Keep your WhatsApp number
With a Holafly SIM card, you can keep the WhatsApp number associated with your normal SIM. You’ll have access to all your contacts and conversations, so you can keep in touch with friends and family at home.
- Very easy to use
SIM cards for Andorra are easy to set up. If you buy from a store like Holafly, all you have to do is purchase from their website, receive your SIM within 3 days, then insert the card once you arrive in Andorra. As long as you follow the simple set-up instructions, you’ll be connected in seconds.
- COVID free
In a pandemic, it’s safer to buy from online stores. Don’t put yourself at risk by waiting to buy your SIM in Andorra. Avoid crowded shops by buying online.
Buy your SIM card in Andorra
There is one main advantage to buying your SIM card once you arrive in Andorra:
- More options
There are many places to buy a SIM card in Andorra and you’ll find more options than you would online. So you can choose between all the different options they offer. The network with the best coverage in Andorra is Andorra Telecom, which offers fast and stable connection during your stay,
How much does a SIM card for Andorra cost?
Let’s take a look at the prices for Holafly’s two packages for Andorra. And remember that Holafly’s SIMs come with free delivery.
|Days of use||Amount of mobile data||Price (USD)|
|7 days||4 GB||$30.70|
|14 days||6 GB||$35.99|
|14 days||8 GB||$41.29|
Buy your prepaid Andorra SIM Card
If you’re traveling to other countries in Europe, check out Holafly’s multi-country deal
Frequently asked questions
Here are the questions customers ask us most,
You can activate data roaming and use data provided by your current provider. But be aware that this will be very expensive. If you plan on using this option, you can expect a hefty phone bill when you get back home. Alternatively, you could buy Pocket Wi-Fi (a portable device that generates a WiFi connection for your phone). This option is also expensive and you’ll have to carry the device everywhere. A SIM card for Andorra is the cheapest and most convenient way of connecting to the internet.
Roaming services in Andorra vary between mobile providers as each operator has a different rate. But on average, the value per MB is usually between $7 and $15. Watching a film on Netflix at that rate could cost hundreds. That’s why we recommend buying a SIM card to avoid roaming costs.
We recommend Holafly for its quality of coverage and affordable price. You can choose between their 7 and 14-day options depending on the length of your trip.
If you have any problems with your SIM card with data in Mexico, don’t worry, because, with Holafly’s customer service, you will be able to enjoy 24-hour customer support and advice.
It’s always nice when you get free WiFi in a cafe or shop. But public WiFi can be quite risky and uncomfortable. Anyone can access these networks, the connection is slow, and the security of your data is nullified. Why? Because the networks are unprotected and so they’re at risk of hacking. Data theft is quite common. You also cannot rely on finding free WiFi throughout your trip.