Has anyone ever gotten a phone from Eurobuzz? They seem to have great rates and a cheap phone. Thanks
Roger, I've been using one of the other "travel phone" firms for the last few years, so haven't had any occasion to try EuroBuzz. The service seems to get good reviews, which is a good sign. I'm not sure if they provide data, so that would be an issue for me. Good luck with your decision!
Is it cheaper than 25 euro for a phone and SIM card with ten euro calling credit (at 8 euro cents per minute for made calls, incoming are free)? Then it's a good deal. That's pretty much a standard deal offered by Vodaphone, Orange and a number of other companies in Europe - available at airport kiosks, phone and department stores downtown. Eurobuzz might come in handy if you're planning multiple countries in the same trip (and really need the same phone number). I generally just buy a new SIM card.