Posted on August 8, 2017

With new European roaming legislation now effective, using your smartphone within the EU won’t leave you liable to higher charges than at home. However, data is subject to fair usage restrictions and the volume of roaming data required by yachts makes their needs different. The answer to this is our new Europe-wide data sim card. Designed to meet the demands of the yachting fraternity, it offers seamless 3G/4G coverage across 40 countries together with a high degree of convenience and flexibility.

One sim card, one bill, total support

The e3S Europe-wide data sim card is designed to meet a wide range of data needs and budgets. Flexible, convenient and competitively priced, it will keep you connected across 40 countries. Our sim card offers a host of benefits including easy set-up, effortless management and straightforward billing.

  • One SIM, one APN, 40 destinations in Europe and the Med
  • Valid on any available 4G/3G network, connecting automatically with the strongest
  • Available on monthly or 12-twelve month contracts
  • Data allowance between 20GB and 1TB plus per month on request
  • Full flexibility on upgrades, downgrades and suspensions
  • Automatic rollover per GB
  • Daily usage information available online
  • Off-plan countries blocked for peace of mind
  • Full customer service back up and support

Euro-wide coverage

Enjoy peace of mind by staying in touch within budget, using one sim card across 40 destinations:

Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Channel Islands, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark (inc. Faroe Is.), Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Isle of Man, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Cyprus, Norway, Poland, Portugal, (inc. Madeira), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, (inc. Canary Is.), Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK. Contact us for full T&Cs.

Data packages start at just €130/month, so please contact us today to discuss your needs


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