What is the best SIM card for Thailand?
The Best Prepaid SIM Cards for Thailand
- What Are The Top SIM Cards Offers for Thailand?
- SimOptions – Prepaid SIM Cards for Travelers.
- China Unicom.
- AIS – The Mobile Operator of Thailand.
- DTAC – Total Access Communication.
Can I buy Thai SIM card online?
You can buy a SIM card there and the staff will help you to set up your phone. However, if you want to get the best deal for Thai phone number, book your Thailand SIM card online and get it right at the airport.
How do I get a tourist SIM in Thailand?
You can get your Happy Tourist SIM Card at your airport of choice. Currently, the Happy Tourist SIM cards are available at Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Don Mueang International Airport, Phuket International Airport, Samui International Airport, Krabi International Airport and U-Tapao International Airport.
Can you buy SIM cards in supermarkets?
You can buy sim cards almost anywhere in UK, from supermarkets to corner shops etc. Just make sure you have an unlocked mobile with you.
Can I use Whatsapp in Thailand?
As long you are connected to the internet you can use Whatsapp regardless where you are. So you may use wifi connection on most places in Thailand or buy SIM card to your phone.
How do I top up my Thai SIM card?
Top up Thailand
- Fill in the mobile phone number you want to Top up.
- Choose an amount you want to recharge.
- Decide how you want to pay: credit card (Visa, MasterCard), direct banking or Paysafecard.
- Within seconds your chosen mobile phone in Thailand will be recharged and ready to use.
Does 7/11 have SIM cards?
When you go into a 7-Eleven and buy a Speak Out Wireless package, you get a SIM card and a phone.
Which mobile network is best in Thailand?
AIS secured the first place in the 4G availability with a remarkable score of 94.9%, followed by dtac and TrueMove H with 92.3% and 91.6% respectively. dtac jumps into the lead in download speed experience.
Will my cell phone work in Thailand?
It is very easy to get a SIM card for your cell phone in Thailand. … Really all you need to do before you arrive in Thailand is make sure that your phone is unlocked (able to work outside of the network you are currently using) and operates on the GSM network.
How do I get data in Thailand?
There are three main cell service providers in Thailand: AIS (also known as One-2-Call, DTAC and Truemove. All offer ‘pay as you go’ deals for short and long term travelers and have 3g/4g capability. Popular plans include daily, weekly and monthly deals that suit pretty much any traveler’s schedule.