EUROBUZZ cell phones

Has anyone used EUROBUZZ cell phones while traveling in Eastern Europe, specifically Croatia, Slovenia, and Bosnia-Herzegovinia? If so, what has been your experience? Looking forward to any insights you can give me!
Monica

Posted by Kaz
Santa Clarita, CA, USA
54 posts

Monica, I went through the Czech Republic, Poland & Hungary with my Eurobuzz phone and it worked great! It was a Direct Dial system and not a Call Back type. The reception was very good. Since I only used it generally for booking restaurant reservations and confirming hotel reservations, it was perfect. It was also nice to have in case of emergencies. I also liked their flat billing system per call, which compared to other options, was very reasonable. When I got home and checked my billing (they bill to your credit card), all charges were legit, were per the agreement. There were other functions such as texting and voicemail that I did not use, but are included. All in all, I found it to be valuable & reasonably priced tool. I loved it and will definitely use it on my next European trip.

Posted by Deborah
San Diego, CA, USA
8 posts

Where can you buy them, and what is the cost? Do you know if they also would work in Belgium/Netherlands/France?

Posted by Monica
Moorestown, New Jersey, USA
22 posts

If you go to Eurobuzz.com, you can get information about how to purchase these phones and rates. From my understanding, the phones are $29 plus shipping. They get sent to you from the UK. Rates then to send or receive calls when in Europe are $.79 a minute. When you get your phone, you get a UK phone number. Charges are made to your credit card. I hope that I am right in my description of this service, but best for you to contact them yourself.. I have yet to purchase and/or use one but am planning to do this before my upcoming trip to Croatia and Slovenia.