[maemo-community] What are the available 3G operator in Amsterdam?

From: Sebastian 'CrashandDie' Lauwers crashanddie at gmail.com
Date: Wed Sep 9 17:29:11 EEST 2009
On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 3:08 PM, Andrea Grandi<a.grandi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,

> I asked about cheap 3G operator I can buy a SIM from, and start using
> it because I'll need it only for 3-4 days and usually Hotel wifi is
> not so cheap :( (In Berlin I payed about 27€ for 7 days connection and
> I only used it for 4 days).

Sorry I didn't reply to this earlier.

In the Netherlands there are quite a few operators. Mainly, the ones I
remember are the usual bunch: Vodafone (http://www.vodafone.nl/),
Orange, now called Online (http://www.online.nl/), T-Mobile
(http://www.t-mobile.nl/Persoonlijk/htdocs/page/homepage.aspx) and KPN
Mobile (http://www.kpn.com/).

I would suggest either calling a branch for tariffs, or entering a
shop when in the country, and ask for prices. Most people will speak
English, so just ask for a pay and go 3G contract, or a normal Pay and
Go card, that supports 3G.

However, talk to your local network first to see what their prices are
for your data usage while abroad (roaming), as it may be more
interesting than buying a SIM card + Pay and Go.

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