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Buying a Local SIM Card in Andorra

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Last Updated on October 28, 2022 by Rose Morah

If you are planning to travel to Andorra, here are a few important things that you need to know about their mobile network:

  • EU’s ‘roam like at home‘ does not apply in Andorra. This is because Andorra is not a member of the EEA/EU. 
  • It will hence be very expensive to use their local SIM card (Andorra Telecom).

Having said that, it is better to go for the Spanish or France network providers as the cheaper alternative.

However, if you’re planning to stay in Andorra, choosing these two networks wouldn’t be a great idea. 

See the List of Local SIM Cards in the European Countries.

CountryPriceNational calls & SMSInternational calls ratesDATA
Andorra Telecom
Prepagament for prepaid

Costs 30 €


Tarifa M

Tarifa S

60 minutes /0.16€ SMS

20 minutes /0.16€ SMS
Check rates here3GB


Related: Purchasing Bulgaria’s local sim card.

You’re charged a usage fee, as in the table below, when you exhaust data, calls, and SMS:

Rate Per Use

National dataNational callsInternational callsNational SMS
0.02 € / MB0.26 € / minCheck rates0.16 € / SMS

See also:

If you need more data, below are the charges per data.

€ 2200 MB

Valid for 3 days
IGI included
SMS to 102

€ 50.5 GB

Valid for 7 days
IGI included
SMS to 103

€ 91 GB

Valid for 1 month

Related: Purchasing A Local SIM Card In Belgium.

Andorra only has one mobile operating network countrywide- Andorra Telecom

Where to Buy Andorra Prepaid SIM card in Andorra

Andorra Prepaid SIM card is called Prepagament.

Foreign travelers can purchase this prepaid local SIM card at Andorra Telecom’s head office or at their distributors’ outlets. For more info, you can call them at +376) 301 115.

The local SIM card is available in micro-SIMs (3FF), mini-SIMs (2FF), and nano-SIMs (4FF). 

Hello there! My name is Rose. I’m passionate about electric cars and clean energy. My adventurous spirit and journalistic pursuits make each day fascinating and far greater. I consider traveling not just about the grandeur moments, but the little elements that transform the whole experience.