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Downloadbare Israel simkaart met prepaid data

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  • Prepaid data vanaf slechts $5.50
  • Inclusief een gratis internationaal telefoonnummer. Kom meer te weten.
  • Geen onverwachte kosten of roamingkosten
  • Ga je binnenkort naar Israel? Bespaar geld met een eSIM (downloadbare simkaart) van Israel met lokale data vanaf slechts $5.50 per week.
  • Ontvang goedkope gegevens: Installeer een eSIM voor Israel op uw telefoon en activeer uw datapakket om overal in Israel te kunnen genieten van een stabiele internetverbinding, zonder dat u wifi nodig heeft.
  • Betaal nooit roamingkosten: Vermijd kosten voor roaming via uw provider door dataroaming uit te schakelen voor uw primaire simkaart, of door uw primaire simkaart volledig uit te schakelen. Hulp nodig? Wij zijn 24/7 beschikbaar.

Controleer de telefooncompatibiliteit

  • Controleer de telefooncompatibiliteit: Pelephone, Orange (d. Partner)
  • Verwachte snelheden: LTE/5G
  • Beperkingen: Volledig onbegrensde gegevens
  • Data-opwaardering beschikbaar: Ja
  • Hotspot / Tethering: Ja
  • ID/documentatie vereist: Nee
  • Telefoonnummer: Inbegrepen bij aankoop

How does an Israel 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 Israel eSIM to stay connected

Israel is a country known for its strong cultural and religious diversity, natural beauty, and historic landmarks.

Visiting Israel will be a memorable experience, and something you’ll want to share with friends and family while you travel.

This is where an Israel eSIM can be a big help. Using an Israel eSIM will provide you with local data at an affordable rate to keep you online when there isn’t available Wi-Fi.

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How much travel data do I need in Israel?

Your travel data needs in Israel will depend on a few factors. While in your hotel room you’ll have access to Wi-Fi, but as soon as you leave to explore the local attractions you will need mobile data.

With an Israel eSIM’s customizable prepaid data plans, you can start with a small data package and upgrade when more data is needed.

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Will I pay roaming charges with prepaid Israel data from an eSIM?

When you’re using an Israel eSIM for data and have your Data Roaming settings configured correctly, you won’t pay a penny in data roaming fees.

That’s because when you’re using an Israel eSIM, your smartphone is immediately linked to a local network in Israel, so you won’t be using your regular data plan from back home.

(Just remember to turn off Data Roaming on your Primary SIM card to avoid roaming charges on your next bill).

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Israel eSIM data starting at $5.50


Enjoy your time visiting Israel

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Explore top attractions in Israel

Israel is filled with historic locations, religious monuments, scenic landscapes, and the Mediterranean coastline. First-time visitors to this Middle Eastern country shouldn’t miss these attractions.

The Dead Sea: Known for being the lowest point on Earth and extremely salty, this mineral-rich lake is a natural wonder. You can’t sink so lie on your back and float all day in the warm soothing water!

Old City in Jerusalem: This must-visit walled city is home to many iconic religous locations like the Tower of David, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dome of Rock, and the renowned Israel Museum.

Bethlehem: This Palestinian town is a favorite of both casual visitors and pilgrims. Make sure to visit the Basilica of the Nativity and the many Byzantine churches, monasteries, and ruins.

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Popular foods to try in Israel

Street food is the best representation of Israeli culinary tradition. If you’re planning a trip soon, be sure to come hungry.

Falafel: Made with chickpeas, onions, garlic, and herb butter, this deep-fried Israeli dish is commonly stuffed into pita bread with plenty of tahini sauce, pickles, and salad.

Hummus: Start your day with a fresh pita or sandwich dipped in this savory Middle Eastern chickpea spread. It will add a distinct and rich flavor to any breakfast, lunch, or snack!

Baklava: Nothing compares to the aroma, flavor, and texture of this layered pastry dessert, which is filled with nuts and sweetened with syrup or honey.

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What’s the best time to visit Israel?

Any time you visit Israel will be great and the best season for your trip will depend on whether you’re joining a pilgrimage, looking for local festivals or wanting to sightsee with fewer crowds.

March, April, and May: Spring in Israel is full of blooming flowers, warm days, and cool nights. It’s also the perfect time to soak in Israel’s natural hot springs, such as Hamat Gader and Hamei Tiveria.

October and November: To enjoy beautiful weather, fewer tourists, and lower prices, you might want to plan your trip to Israel in the fall. Also, don’t forget to attend the Jewish New Year celebrations this time of year!

December, January, and February: Israel comes to life during these months with many celebrations and festivities, including Hanukkah, the Jewish Film Festival, and the Hamshushalayim Winter Festival.

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What to pack for a vacation to Israel

When traveling to Israel, you are entering “The Holy Land,” so pack carefully for the time of year, the sites, and the activities you hope to enjoy.

Scarf: This will be important while you visit sacred places and may need to cover your shoulders or head. It’s also great to dress-up any outfit.

Sun Protection: Sunscreen, sunglasses, and hats are a must as the Israeli sun is strong all year long!

Comfy Footwear: Whether you plan to go sightseeing, enter churches, or spend time at the beach on the hot sand, a pair of flats, flip-flops, or sandals will be the best choice.

FAQs about using eSIM in Israel

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.

Stay connected with an Israel eSIM



Our eSIM data packages are prepaid, so you always know exactly what you’ll spend on data. No contracts, no surprises, and never any roaming charges.



You’ll have full access to your regular phone number for calling and texting, and you can add data to your device whenever you need it. No in-store visits required!

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Only buy what you need! If you’re not sure how much data you’ll need, start with a 1 GB package. You can always top up your eSIM with more data later.