Europe - Local sim Cards

Europe -  Local sim Cards


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  EagleMobile (owned TürkTelecom), Telekom (previously AMC),  Plus (owned by Plus Communications), Vodafone

Andorra   Mobiland Clic!
Armenia   Beeline, Orange, VivaCell MTS
Austria   3 (Drei),  A1,  T-Mobile
Belarus   Life:) (owned by Turkish Turkcell),  MTS (Russian owned), Velcom (owned by Telekom Austria).
Belgium    Base (Owend by Telenet), Mobistar (owned by Orange, France Telecom),  Proximus.
Bosnia and Herzegovina   BH Telecom,  Eronet,   m:tel
Bulgaria   Mtel ( formerly Mobitel),  Telenor,  Vivacom ( owned by the Bulgarian Telecomunications ).
Croatia   Tele2 (owned: Swedish Tele2 Group), T-Hrvatski Telekom (owned by Telekom   Deutschland),  Vip (owned by Telekom Austria)
Cyprus   Cytamobile (Vodafone), MTN,  PrimeTel,   KKTC Turkcell, KKTC Telsim (Vodafone) 
Czech Republic   O2 (owned by PPF),  T-Mobile (owned by Deutsche Telekom), Vodafone (British-owned).
Denmark   3 (=Tre) ,  TDC,  Telenor (network sharing with Telia), Telia (network sharing with Telenor)
Estonia   Elisa (owned by Finnish Elisa ), EMT (owned by the Swedish TeliaSonera Group), Tele2(owned: Swedish Tele2 Group)
Finland   DNA,  Elisa ,  Sonera (a low cost sub-brand of TeliaSonera)
France   Bouygues,  Free (by Iliad), Orange (by France Télécom), SFR (by Numericable)
Georgia   Beeline,  Geocell,  MagtiCom
Germany   Deutsche Telekom (formerly  T-Mobile), E-plus (Telefónica), o2 (Telefónica), Vodafone
Greece   Cosmote,  Vodafone,   Wind
GreenLand   TELE Greenland
Hungary   Magyar Telekom (formerly T-Mobile),  Telenor,  Vodafone
Iceland   Síminn, Vodafone, Nova
Ireland   Eircom (Meteor and eMobile),  Hutchison 3 (= Three),  Vodafone (Ireland)
Italy   3 (= 'Tre'),  TIM,  Wind
Kosovo   Ipko,   Vala
Latvia   Bite, LMT, Tele2
Liechtenstein   Liechtenstein Telecom (formerly Mobilkom Liechtenstein). Salt (formerly Orange CH),  Swisscom
Lithuania   Bitė ,   Omnitel,   Tele2 
Luxembourg   Post Telecom (formerly LUXGSM),  Tango (owned by Belgacom), Orange (formerly VOXmobile)
Macedonia   One (owned by Telekom Slovenije), T-Mobile (owned by Deutsche Telekom), Vip (owned by Telekom Austria)
Malta   GO,  Melita, Vodafone
Moldova   Moldcell,  Orange,  Unité (only on 3G)
Montenegro   m:tel,  Telekom (T-Mobile), Telenor
Netherlands    KPN,  Tele2 (LTE-only), T-Mobile Netherlands, Vodafone Netherlands
Norway   NetCom (by TeliaSonera), Tele2 (by Network Norway), Telenor
Poland   Play,  Plus (aka Polkomtel), Orange (formerly IDEA), T-Mobile (formerly ERA)
Portugal   MEO (formerly tmn),  NOS (formerly Optimus),  Vodafone (formerly telecel)
Romania   Digi Mobil (by RCS-RDS), Orange (France Télécom), Telekom (formerly Cosmote), Vodafone
Russia   Beeline (by VimpelCom), MegaFon , MTS (MTC), Tele2 (with Rostelecom), Yota ( with MegaFon)
San Marino   Prima
Serbia   mts (Telekom Srbija),  Telenor,  vip (Telekom Austria)
Slovakia   O2 (Telefónica Slovakia), Orange (France Télécom), SWAN (4G/LTE only), Telekom (a.k.a. Slovak Telekom)
Slovenia   izimobil , Si.mobil,  T-2,  Telekom Slovenije (formerly Mobitel),  Tusmobil
Spain   Movistar (Telefónica), Vodafone,  Orange, Yoigo (roaming on Movistar).
Sweden   3 (Tre),  Telia ,  Tele2 ,  Telenor (formerly Vodafone Sweden)
Switzerland   Salt Mobile (formerly Orange), Swisscom, Sunrise
Turkey   avea,  alldaywifi,  Turkcell, Vodafone
Ukraine   Kyivstar (Russian-owned),  life:) (Turkish-owned),  MTS (MTC, Russian-owned)
United Kingdom   EE ( Everything Everywhere) , Vodafone, O2 (Telefónica), 3 (Hutchison)



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