Best Prepaid SIM Card for Traveller in Algeria

Best taveller SIM card for Algeria

Traveller in Algeria Are you visiting Algeria and never know which prepaid SIM card is best for the internet or call. We will help you to choose the best SIM card that completes your needs while living in Algeria. There are currently two major mobile phone networks in Algeria which are Djezzy and Mobilis ATM.

Both networks have good coverage and good price plans. The third network in Algeria is Ooredoo which is a part of Mobilis ATM and is a 4G. Most of the famous and used networks in Algeria are Djezzy. We will compare Djezzy and Mobilis ATM internet packages and calling plans. By reading this post fully, you can know which network is the best for Algeria visitors.

List of Mobile Phone networks in Algeria

  1. Djezzy
  2. Mobilis ATM
  3. Ooredoo Algeria
Network Subscribers
Djezzy 18.6 Million
Mobilis ATM 46 Million
Ooredoo 12.5 Million

While going to Algeria you can also use the data roaming service of your current prepaid card and can talk with your friends and family at roaming plans of your country network. But doing so will make calls and internet plans very expensive and the better solution would be to buy a prepaid card from a good company in Algeria.

Here you can compare all networks of Algeria and can select the best SIM card for you. Currently, Djezzy is the top network because of its good coverage and cheapest calling offer.

1. Djezzy:

Resources Price Expiry
25GB Data, Unlimited National minutes & 30 National SMS (Unlimited SMS to Djezzy) 2000 DA 30 Days
Bonus (1000 DA), Unlimited Calls & SMS to Djezzy, 8GB data 800 DA 30 Days
Bonus (200 DA), Unlimited Calls & SMS to Djezzy, 2GB data 200 DA 7 Days
Bonus (300 DA), Unlimited Calls & SMS to Djezzy 150 DA 24 Hours

Djezzy is offering a Free prepaid SIM card that is available at all airports in Algeria. If you are looking for Free Prepaid SIM card in Algeria then Djezzy is offering a Free SIM Card to its new customers. You need only your passport to buy this card from the airport. Djezzy’s free traveller SIM card offer is just for a limited number of Mobilis ATMs and it can change without any notice.

Djezzy is offering 25GB internet, Unlimited calls to all networks in Algeria, 30 National SMS and unlimited SMS to Djezzy at 2000 DA. Customers can activate this offer by dialling *720# and by going to any nearest retailer or sale point.

Another amazing offer for 30 days is that customers can get a Bonus (1000 DA), Unlimited Calls & SMS to Djezzy, 8GB of data at a recharge of 1000 DA. Those travellers whose relatives live in Algeria and they come here to meet them can activate this offer for 30 days by dialling *720#. This offer is available for weekly validity that’s the price is just 200 DA.

Free Credits are valid for These countries: France, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Austria, Morocco, Spain, China, Belgium, Turkey, Canada

2. Mobilis ATM Algeria:

Package Charges
Unlimited Call Minutes & SMS for Mobilis, 4000 DA Bonus, 2Go DA 500
Unlimited Call Minutes & SMS for Mobilis, 2000 DA Bonus, 500Mo DA 1000
Unlimited Call Minutes & SMS for Mobilis, 4000 DA Bonus, 3Go DA 1500
Unlimited Call Minutes & SMS for Mobilis, 6000 DA Bonus, 4Go DA 2000

Mobilis ATM is the second-largest mobile phone network in Algeria. This network has prepaid, postpaid and broadband connections in all Algeria. All new customers who want to get a free SIM card while travelling in Algeria can get this prepaid card without any charges. Customers can use this prepaid card like the “pay as you go” service after purchasing it from any airport in Algeria.

Customers can get a free Mobilis ATM SIM card but they have to pay the package price with a free prepaid card. The new prepaid traveller SIM card costs about 500 DA and they will get unlimited calling minutes and 2GB of data.

3. Ooredoo Algeria:

Resources Charges Validity
15 International Minutes 500 DA 24 Hours
40 International Minutes 1200 DA 48 Hours
90 International Minutes 2500 DA 72 Hours

Ooredoo is a 4G mobile phone network in Algeria that has all types of services like Djezzy and Mobilis ATM networks. This network is also offering free prepaid SIM Card to all new travellers. Customers who are visiting Algeria and looking for a free SIM card can choose an Ooredoo SIM card.

The company has monthly, weekly and daily packages which can select the package according to its review for visitors to Algeria. Customers can get 15 international that are valid for China, Egypt, Greece, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, France, Colombia and many others. To get any offer for the package for a special country simply dial *310#.

Its packages start at DA 2500, which is almost a bit higher than other companies. If you want to use more internet then you can select the lowest priced package of this SIM card which costs 2500 DA. You do not have to pay for the SIM card.

Comparison of Algeria Prepaid SIM Card with Lowest Prices

We are providing you with this price table with the low price packages for travellers of all validity.

Djezzy and Mobilis ATM have more packages like this. If you want to buy other packages you can visit Djezzy’s official website Djezzy.DZ/. Ooredoo tourist SIM card prices start from 2500 DA but Djezzy and Mobilis ATM tourist SIM cards with packages starting from 80 DA. If customers want to activate international calling, Internet and SMS package, they can also choose visitor lines and visitor lines plus packages that cost about 60 DA to 120 DA.

Finally, you have to decide which SIM is best for you. We have added the latest price plans, internet, SMS, Voice Call services and international calls offers. You can select any good prepaid card as per your requirement. If you are going to visit Algeria then we hope that with the help of this post you will select a good prepaid network for yourself.

About Saleem Khan

I am Saleem Khan belong to Pakistan. I like to write about Finance, Electronic devices reviews like Laptops, Mobiles, Machines and Technology information. I am working on blogging since 2017 and currently, I am working on different blogs like Getleadup.

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