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If you have a phone that supports dual sim, convert your existing sim to esim and get this.
Orange Holiday Europe - 3GB Internet Data in 4G/LTE (currently 12GB promotion) + 30mn + 200 Texts from 30 Countries in Europe to Any Country Worldwid [link]
You will get much faster data in France as it is native carrier as well as in Portugal since all the data will be routed through France rather than US when you roam with Tmo.
Just a thought.
I recommend the Orange SIM. You can buy it on Amazon. You pop the sim in and it starts working immediately. It’s a French SIM but it works anywhere in the EU+ Switzerland.
No need to verify identity if you’re using it for less than 14 days.
Lots of different options for data so you can choose based on your needs.
Here’s a link to one:
Orange Holiday Europe - 3GB Internet Data in 4G/LTE (currently 8GB promotion) + 30mn + 200 Texts from 30 Countries in Europe to Any Country Worldwide [link]
I was thinking of purchasing a sim card for my 1 week stay. I mostly just want the option to be able to call my airbnb host as well as have some travel data. I was thinking of getting a sim card off of amazon: https://www.amazon.com//dp/B07NLCL9SP/
Any luck with these? My phone is on Verizon and seems to be unlocked. Otherwise should I wait to purchase one in town?
"SIM wiki" ? I don't see anything useful after searching "reddit SIM wiki" [link]
And I also don't see the word "wiki" on the right bar of the travel subreddit. What is the link how did you find it?
What are the advantages of buying a SIM card in person in Greece versus buying one from amazon like here [link]
In the amazon link above "Credit valid 14 days after 1st use ( first call, first text, first internet connection). Top-up online on topup.orange.com with international credit cards " Do you know what is meant by "credit"