How to get a cheap Spanish number really easily

MOBILE: Living without a mobile nowadays is completely out of the question. Plus, there are so many different companies, which one should I go for? To make your life easy, here are few tips on which are the cheapest companies and the places to get your Spanish SIM card upon arrival and keeping in touch with your family & friends.
The easiest and fastest way to get your Spanish phone is looking for a Phone House establishment, as they offer all the Spanish mobile operators. You can also do it online sometimes, but we suggest doing it physically as you’ll save a lot of time. We are including the links of some of the cheapest options, which we know other exchange students have been happy with during their stay in Spain. All of them have Pay Monthly or Pay & Go options, which makes it easy as you can choose the option that suits you best. Plus, with all of these operators, in case you select the Pay Monthly option, you can cancel your phone contract whenever you want, making it really flexible for you. Some of these companies also offer International Tariffs, but honestly speaking IP Voice calls or Skype are much cheaper options.
1. MAS MOVIL: http://masmovil.es/en/
Rates: http://masmovil.es/en/rates-voice-and-data/ We would suggest the “PLAN ZERO” as the cheapest option.
2. AMENA: http://www.amena.com/
Rates: http://www.amena.com/tarifas/internet-sms-precioporminuto.html The best option is the “Tarifa 6”.
3. HAPPY MOVIL: http://www.happymovil.es/es/
Rates: http://www.happymovil.es/es/prepago/tarifas The “Tarifa Nacional” is the best one for those who want to make calls and need the Internet service.

4. YOIGO: http://www.yoigo.com
Rates: http://www.yoigo.com/tarifas/contrato/index.php One of the best things Yoigo has is you can send National & International SMS for 10 cents. We would suggest either “La del Cero” tariff or the “Infinita 20”, depending of course on how long you plan to be on the phone. If you’re not a phone person and prefer using Whatsapp, the first option is the most reasonable one.

5. PEPEPHONE: http://www.pepephone.com
Rates: http://www.pepephone.com/tarifas/ Here, you have only one tariff with both the Pay & Go (Prepago) option and the Pay Monthly (Contrato) one. Which one you choose depends on how much you plan to speak!! You can get only calls (llamadas) if you just need to use the phone, or add internet to it (llamadas+internet).

P.S. Before you choose any company, just make sure there is coverage in the areas you’ll be moving around, although usually coverage does reach all around the city. Store staff should be able to guide you with this.MOBILE: Living without a mobile nowadays is completely out of the question. Plus, there are so many different companies, which one should I go for? To make your life easy, here are few tips on which are the cheapest companies and the places to get your Spanish SIM card upon arrival and keeping in touch with your family & friends.
The easiest and fastest way to get your Spanish phone is looking for a Phone House establishment, as they offer all the Spanish mobile operators. You can also do it online sometimes, but we suggest doing it physically as you’ll save a lot of time. We are including the links of some of the cheapest options, which we know other exchange students have been happy with during their stay in Spain. All of them have Pay Monthly or Pay & Go options, which makes it easy as you can choose the option that suits you best. Plus, with all of these operators, in case you select the Pay Monthly option, you can cancel your phone contract whenever you want, making it really flexible for you. Some of these companies also offer International Tariffs, but honestly speaking IP Voice calls or Skype are much cheaper options.
1. MAS MOVIL: http://masmovil.es/en/
Rates: http://masmovil.es/en/rates-voice-and-data/ We would suggest the “PLAN ZERO” as the cheapest option.
2. AMENA: http://www.amena.com/
Rates: http://www.amena.com/tarifas/internet-sms-precioporminuto.html The best option is the “Tarifa 6”.
3. HAPPY MOVIL: http://www.happymovil.es/es/
Rates: http://www.happymovil.es/es/prepago/tarifas The “Tarifa Nacional” is the best one for those who want to make calls and need the Internet service.

4. YOIGO: http://www.yoigo.com
Rates: http://www.yoigo.com/tarifas/contrato/index.php One of the best things Yoigo has is you can send National & International SMS for 10 cents. We would suggest either “La del Cero” tariff or the “Infinita 20”, depending of course on how long you plan to be on the phone. If you’re not a phone person and prefer using Whatsapp, the first option is the most reasonable one.

5. PEPEPHONE: http://www.pepephone.com
Rates: http://www.pepephone.com/tarifas/ Here, you have only one tariff with both the Pay & Go (Prepago) option and the Pay Monthly (Contrato) one. Which one you choose depends on how much you plan to speak!! You can get only calls (llamadas) if you just need to use the phone, or add internet to it (llamadas+internet).

P.S. Before you choose any company, just make sure there is coverage in the areas you’ll be moving around, although usually coverage does reach all around the city. Store staff should be able to guide you with this.

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