airBalticcard Mobile roaming in Georgia

airBalticcard Mobile roaming in Georgia
Incoming call
0.00 €/Min
Connection fee or other fees
0.00 €/Min
Calls worldwide starting from
0.65 €/Min
airBalticcard to airBalticcard from Georgia
0.19 €/Min
SMS worldwide
0.06 €/SMS
Highspeed Mobile Internet per 1MB starting from
0.0158 €/MB

mobile roaming in Georgia

Did you know that while you are using mobile communication services of your domestic mobile operator abroad you have to comply with high roaming rates? For mobile roaming in Georgia we recommend buying international SIM card AirBalticCard Mobile, because all incoming and outgoing calls are up to 90% cheaper comparing to your local mobile operator.

Roaming in Georgia

Roaming is using mobile communication services outside the network coverage area of your mobile operator. Roaming allows you to make and receive calls using foreign networks, as well as to transfer data and to use mobile Internet (GPRS). In order for you to be able to use roaming services, your mobile operator has to have contracts with mobile operators from abroad. As a rule roaming tariffs are higher than local tariffs, especially mobile Internet.

Network type – 2G (GSM)/3G

2G format

2G format is also known as GSM, and is a standard type of network for most types of phones, with the exception of CDMA, which are mostly used in the United States. Most of mobile phones support up to four frequencies: 850MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz and 1900MHz.

2G operators in Georgia
• Geocell
• Magti GSM
• Beeling
• Warid

3G format

There are several networks operating in 3G format in Georgia. 3G networks are usually marked as UMTS/HSDPA or WCDMA.

3G operators in Georgia
• Geocell
• Magti GSM
• Beeling
• Warid


Capital: Tbilisi
Area: 69,
Population: 4 497 600 ppl.
Languages: Georgian
Currency: Lari (GEL)
Time Zone: UTC+4
Phone code: +995

Georgia is a state located in the West Asia and the Middle East. Georgia shares borders with the following countries: Turkey and Armenia from the South, Azerbaijan from South-East and Russia from the North. Abkhazia and South Ossetia are not under control of the Georgian government. Georgia, the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly and the European Commission assess those territories as occupied by Russia in Georgia. In 2008, Nicaragua, Russia, Venezuela and several island countries from the Pacific Ocean, which are members of United Nations organization, acknowledged South Ossetia and Abkhazia as independent states.

Total population of Georgia according to data of national services on 1 Jan 2012 is 4 497 600 people (excluding the population of Abkhazia and South Ossetia).

Legislative power in Georgia belongs to the president, according to the Constitution of Georgia, the head of state and legislative authority is the president, who serves as the chief of the Armed Forces of Georgia and is the supreme representative of Georgia in foreign relations; directs domestic and foreign policy, creates unity and integrity of the country and provides task for the government.