Cheap roaming in Germany

Going to Germany? Are you looking for a low cost mobile communications and Internet access during your trip to Berlin or Hamburg? You do not want to be shocked when you come back home and see your huge roaming bill?


Well, of course you can purchase on of T-Mobile, Vodafone, BASE or O2 SIM cards. This also is a solution, but not as elegant. In three months the SIM card purchased in Germany (if not recharged and actively used) will stop working, and if you will have to travel to China or South Korea, for example, then you will have to purchase local South Korean or Chinese SIM card.


However, already from 2006 on board of airBaltic airlines, passengers are offered airBalticcard Mobile International SIM – mobile travelling SIM card for free and low cost calls abroad in roaming. 


airBalticcard Mobile prepaid SIM card works in 225 countries, requires no monthly fees, allows making significant savings on international mobile phone calls in roaming and has no expiration date if being used at least once every two years to call or send SMS.


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This is your companion in all your trips, upon returning home you can divert incoming calls to airBalticcard Mobile to your local mobile or fixed line free of charge.


airBalticcard Mobile SIM card is an ideal solution for iPad, tablet PC, notebooks and hotspots across the globe.


With airBalticcard Mobile you can call from Germany to the world already starting from 0.02 €/min, access Internet starting from 0,0475 €/MB, receive free incoming calls and many other features, which can be found here.

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International SIM benifits in Germany

Free incoming calls in Germany
Low cost outgoing calls
No subscription, no connection fees
Free call-forwarding
Free calls from Viber & Skype
No registration and documents required
More information about services you can find here

Germany is a Western European country with a landscape of forests, rivers, mountain ranges and North Sea beaches. It has over 2 millennia of history. Berlin, its capital, is home to art and nightlife scenes, the Brandenburg Gate and many sites relating to WWII. Munich is known for its Oktoberfest and beer halls, including the 16th-century Hofbräuhaus. Frankfurt, with its skyscrapers, houses the European Central Bank.
Capital: Berlin
Dialing code: +49
Population: 80.62 million (2013) World Bank
Official language: German


  • The variety of spoken dialects in Germany is such that some TV Shows shown in the north of the country are with subtitles if southerners are speaking.
  • Eviction of a German citizen from their home is difficult even if they are not paying for living.
  • Fixing absolutely anything in Germany is very expensive, so it is easier to purchase a new thing.
  • The guilt for the World War II is integrated into consciousness of Germans since kindergarten.
  • In Bavaria, during a working day a person is allowed to have one glass of bear.
  • In Germany number of males is greater than females.
  • Bio-shops are very popular in Germany. Prices there are at least 30% more expensive comparing to regular shops. Bio-bananas are smaller than regular ones; lemons however are indeed more aromatic.
  • Dogs in Germany are very friendly. Only on a rare occasion one can hear a dog barking.
  • Government officials in Germany do not pay social taxes and they cannot be fired.
  • All business letters in Germany end with a phrase „with a friendly hello”, even penalty letters.
  • In Germany a TV host was fired, because she mentioned that during Hitler’s reign were built good autobahns.
  • The idea of a multicultural society in Germany is a failure, what was also admitted by Angela Merkel.
  • In order to go fishing in Germany, one has to complete corresponding training courses. One of the areas is dedicated to instructions how to treat a fish that was caught, so that it did not suffer in excess.