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Carte SIM Canada téléchargeable avec données prépayées

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  • Données prépayées à partir de $6.00 seulement
  • Comprend un numéro de téléphone international gratuit. Apprendre encore plus.
  • Pas de frais surprises ni de frais d'itinérance
  • Vous visitez bientôt Canada ? Économisez de l'argent avec une eSIM (carte SIM téléchargeable) de Canada avec des données locales à partir de $6.00 seulement par semaine.
  • Obtenez des données à bas prix : installez une eSIM de Canada sur votre téléphone et activez votre forfait de données pour profiter d'une connexion Internet stable partout dans Canada, sans avoir besoin du Wi-Fi.
  • Ne payez jamais de frais d'itinérance : évitez les frais d'itinérance de l'opérateur en désactivant l'itinérance des données pour votre carte SIM principale ou en désactivant complètement votre carte SIM principale. Besoin d'aide? Nous sommes disponibles 24h/24 et 7j/7.

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  • Réseaux pris en charge: Telus Mobility, Koodo Mobile, Public Mobile, SaskTel, Bell Mobility
  • Vitesses attendues: LTE/5G
  • Limites : données entièrement libérées
  • Recharge de données disponible: Oui
  • Point d'accès/Partage de connexion: Oui
  • Pièce d'identité/documentation requise: Non
  • Numéro de téléphone: Inclus avec l'achat

Données de Canada incluses dans le plan régional de North America

Visiting Mexico, Canada, and the United States? Download one eSIM that works in all three countries.

How does our Canada eSIM work?

An eSIM is an embedded SIM card, and you probably already have an eSIM-compatible device. When you install an eSIM for a country or region, it lets your device connect to local networks in that area. This means your device will have data without needing Wi-Fi or paying roaming charges.


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Use a Canada eSIM to stay connected

The beauty of Canada’s provinces and territories is known around the world, with mountain views, bustling cities, and oceanside beaches.

When traveling to the Great White North, you’ll want to stay in touch with friends and family back home, and tell them about all the cool sites you’re seeing. This is where a Canada eSIM can help!

A Canada eSIM provides you with local mobile data on Canadian networks so you can browse the internet, check emails, and pop onto social media to share pictures of the curious moose standing next to your rental car.


How much travel data do I need in Canada, eh?

How much data you’ll need in Canada depends on how often you’ll be without a solid Wi-Fi connection. So will your trip involve sticking close to a hotel or conference centre? Or will you be venturing out into the wild, where data’s the only way to stay connected?

A Canada eSIM will keep you online anywhere you travel, from St. John’s to Vancouver. Feel free to start with a small data plan (1 GB) and see how it goes. You can always top up your eSIM if you need more data during your trip.


Will I pay roaming charges with a Canada eSIM?

Spend your money on cute souvenirs (like plastic beavers playing hockey on top of a decorative Tim Hortons cup), not roaming charges!

A Canada eSIM will connect you to a local network, allowing you to tell your device NOT to « roam. » It’s easy to use your Canada eSIM on any compatible device, and have instant prepaid data.

(Just make sure you have turned off Data Roaming for your Primary SIM card to prevent unexpected roaming charges on your next bill.)

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Canada eSIM data starting at $6


Enjoy your Canada vacation


Explore top Canadian attractions

From Toronto’s cosmopolitan streets and Alberta’s beautiful mountain peaks to Newfoundland and Labrador’s icebergs and Nova Scotia’s majestic tides, Canadian attractions are waiting for you!

Niagara Falls: Made of three different waterfalls, it’s easy to see why Niagara Falls is a natural wonder of the world. This is a popular day trip, but it’s also fun to stay overnight and see Niagara Falls lit up in different colours.

Banff National Park: Visit Canada’s oldest national park and immerse yourself in the wilderness, aqua blue waters, and tree-lined landscapes. There’s nothing like it!

Old Quebec: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this historic city is famous for its architecture and historical preservation. Shop, eat, and explore.


Popular foods to try in Canada

As the second-largest country in the world, Canada is home to a diverse range of food. Curious about the best Canadian dishes? We’ll divulge so you can indulge …

Poutine: One of Canada’s most celebrated dishes, poutine is a delicious blend of French fries, cheese curds, and gravy.

Butter tarts: This well-known Canadian dessert features a creamy center and crunchy top, all baked to perfection in a pastry shell.

Timbits: Fresh doughnut holes from the famous Tim Horton’s coffee shop are available in lots of flavours, like birthday cake and chocolate glazed. Be sure to get a big box for sharing!


What’s the best time to visit Canada?

Canada is beautiful year-round, but each season has its own special magic, so you might want to plan your Canadian vacation based on what kind of weather and scenery you’d like to experience.

April to June: If you enjoy the lush spring season, you may want to visit Canada from late April through early June. It’s especially lovely on the west coast, with its blooming trees, colourful gardens, and warm temperatures.

July and August: Yup, it gets hot during a Canadian summer. (Nope, it doesn’t snow year-round.) You can experience temperatures in the high 20s/low 30s (high 60s/low 90s) in many provinces, and there are plenty of beaches so you can stay cool with a dip in the ocean.

December through March: Eager to tackle winter sports, or experience a snowstorm firsthand? From ice skating, skiing, and snowboarding to snowshoeing, sledding, and ATVing or Ski-Dooing, experience the thrill of a  classic Canadian winter.


What to pack for a vacation to Canada

When you’re packing for Canada, you might not know what kind of weather to expect. It might be sunny and warm one minute, but foggy and chilly an hour later. Pack lots of layers, and don’t forget these essentials …

Hiking Boots: If you plan on spending a lot of time outdoors (especially in the mountains or the woods), you’re going to want a comfortable, broken-in pair of hiking boots.

Umbrella: Year-round, it might rain in Canada, and you don’t want to be caught in a cold drizzle, so a light umbrella should be at the top of your packing list. (Ahem. We’re looking at you, Vancouver.)

Fleece Jacket: Regardless of the season, a fleece jacket is handy because it can provide a snuggly outer layer on a cool summer night when you’re enjoying a beach bonfire, and it can also double as a middle layer under a heavier coat if you’re making snow sculptures in the middle of winter.

FAQs about eSIM in Canada

Check your device

Most newer phones, tablets, and computers are already eSIM-compatible, so use our eSIM device checker to make sure you have a device that can accept an eSIM data plan.

Free Wi-Fi is great when it’s available and working well, but some destinations make it just about impossible to get a good connection. That’s why it’s nice to have data as a backup to stay connected.

We’re proud to provide aloSIM customers with fast eSIM data connections that allow them to talk, text, surf, and stream comfortably. You’ll likely experience a 4G (sometimes 5G) or LTE equivalent network in most locations, depending on what’s available in the area.

Installation guides

We have detailed eSIM installation instructions for all compatible devices, so whether you’re looking to add eSIM data to an iPhone or iPad, Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy, or something else, we’ll be able to walk you through the eSIM set-up process easily.

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