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Orange Holiday Europe – 10GB Internet Data in 4G/LTE (20GB PROMOTION FOR SIMS ACTIVATED FROM APRIL 4TH) + 120 mn + 1000 texts in 30 countries in Europe

How to activate your SIM card: insert your SIM card in your device when you get in Europe and it will automatically connect to the best local network
tips: make sure data roaming is activated on your phone make sure your phone is unlocked only insert your SIM in your device when you get in Europe in order to avoid activating your credit before the beginning of your trip APN should charge automatically on your device. If not enter it manually, username: orange, password: orange

Phone number: the SIM comes with a French phone number the phone number is written on the first inner page of the booklet so that you can share it with friends and family before leaving

Registration: you will need to register your SIM to keep using it for more than 30 days after 1st use registration on
tips: registrating doesn’t activate your SIM card you don’t need to register if you don’t want to use the SIM after the first 30 days you will keep receiving texts about registration for a few days even though you registered already. Time for our teams to receive and validate your registration

Consumption follow-up: dial #123# to follow consumption

Recharges available: recharge online on with any international credit card 5GB, 1 hour call, 500 texts valid for 14 days for 21,7€ 10GB valid for 1 month for 27,1€ 1GB valid for 2 weeks for 11€ 10GB, unlimited texts and calls valid for 1 month for 32,5€

Customer service in English: contact us on Amazon contact us on, tab “contact us” in the page footer

Product Features

  • 10GB of Internet in Europe on 4G networks (20GB PROMOTION FOR SIMS ACTIVATED FROM ARPIL 4th)- Data tethering and use in hotspots allowed
  • 2 hours and 1000 texts from Europe to worldwide
  • Initial credit valid 14 days. Top-up online on with international credit cards
  • Triple cut SIM card (standard/micro/nano). No activation, easy to use
  • Covers 30 countries in Europe: Andorra, Azores, Aland islands, Germany, Austria, Balearic islands, Belgium, Canary islands , Cyprus, Corfu, Crete, the Cyclades, Croatia, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France mainland, Gibraltar, Greece, Guernsey, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Jersey, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madeira, Malta, Montenegro, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Rhodes, Romania, UK, Sardinia, Sicily, Slovenia, Slovakia, Switzerland, Sweden

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Anonymous says:

A little hassle but worth it and a big money saver I think this option is MUCH preferable to the data caps / slow speed and to paying $10/day to AT&T or Verizon for their data plans. Obviously if you will be in Europe only for a short trip, it doesn’t make any sense, but you can do the math. Here are my pros and cons:PROS:Reliable, high speed (4G / LTE) almost everywhere in Europe. 10 GB so no need to worry about data limits unless you’re streaming. I was a heavy user of Google maps and other services and never had an issue…

Anonymous says:

It could be a perfect experience… I was planned my 2-week TMB trip, that would cover France, Italy, and Switzland. We planned to fly into and out of Geneva on the trip. I researched and read a LOT, and 2 days before leaving, I saw this offering, and it looked like a perfect solution, and I bought it with next-day delivery. I’m from the US, using an unlocked Verizon Samsung S7 edge.1. Multiple forums and user comments says you can buy Orange SIM card at Geneva airport. I almost did that, and I was glad that was not…

Anonymous says:

AWESOME!! Just what I was looking for! 2018 UPDATE: I had the opportunity to travel back to Europe, this time to England, Scotland, and Ireland. I had noticed a new attractive item on Amazon for 12GB/3000 min/3000 texts by UK operator “Three” . It was $30 instead of $50 so I thought I’d give it a try…

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