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nadellii

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What do you guys do when you travel to Greece? Do you get a prepaid sim card when you visit? And which phone providers do you recommend?
 

dpappas87

Member
I always get a prepaid sim card so that I can call, text, and use data. It's almost impossible to travel comfortably without it
 

efhernandez_

New member
I prefer to use my international roaming or get a temporary upgrade with my US phone plan so that I can travel
 

nik_ma

New member
I have T-Mobile in the US. My plan includes unlimited 2G data for most countries in Europe including Greece. This provides some basic ability to text but not much more. As dpappas87 said above, I get new pre-paid sim card every time I visit Greece (I usually stay for 15 days). The benefit is that most times I am offered a promotion of 8GB of free high-speed data. This is a big plus. The downside is that every summer I have a different cell #.
 

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What are the most romantic things to do in Zakynthos?

I'd love to take my girlfriend on a trip there this summer but I want to make sure I have a stellar itinerary planned first

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I have a vegan friend who is a bit nervous about traveling to Greece. Does anyone know if there are any vegan options, especially in the touristy spots? Thanks

Should I get a new sim card to have data in Greece?

What do you guys do when you travel to Greece? Do you get a prepaid sim card when you visit? And which phone providers do you recommend?

What are the best souvenirs to get someone from Greece?

I'm planning to travel to Athens and Zakynthos this summer! What are some classic (but not corny) souvenirs that I can bring back from Greece? :) thanks

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