Cheap calls & Internet while traveling
How does HolidayPhone work?
1. Before departure, forward your US calls to the fixed US landline number we provide you with.
2. On the plane, insert your HolidayPhone SIM card, which is ready to use.
3. Switch your phone on when you arrive. You now receive calls on your US mobile number without expensive roaming fees, and call home to the US at fantastic rates!
How to order?
Order your SIM card here online and it will be sent by mail to your given address a few days
before your departure.
You will also receive a welcome letter, guiding you through the three simple steps.
Then, just enjoy your vacation and be certain that there will be no expensive invoice waiting for you at home!!
How much do I save?
Price comparison: Two weeks vacation in Thailand
- Receive calls on your US mobile number in Thailand: 1 hour
- Calls to the US: 2 hours
- Calls within Thailand: 1 hour
- Text messages to the US : 15 messages
Average price from the leading US carriers is $1514, whereas with HolidayPhone, you only pay $54.80 (1 HolidayPhone Thailand package + 1 top up voucher)!
Note: We did not even include mobile Internet usage in this comparison, since the difference would then be even more ridiculous.
Is it complicated?
No. The very reason why we started HolidayPhone was that we wanted to provide an easy way for people to call and access mobile Internet cheap while abroad for less money, without roaming fees. All our travel SIM cards are prepaid without contract, subscription or invoice when you get home.
How is HolidayPhone different to other anti-roaming solutions?
With HolidayPhone you stay reachable on your US mobile number while abroad. We also
include flat rate mobile Internet broadband access for most of our destinations free of charge.
Yet - our calling rates abroad are a lot cheaper than our competitors calling themself "cheapest" (compare!).
Most other solutions leave you unreachable on your regular American phone number abroad, and/or offer expensive arbitrary "per MB" mobile Internet access. Or no Internet access at all.