Stay connected with a Thailand eSIM
- Prepaid mobile data starting at $5/week
- Use your regular phone number
- No contracts, no roaming charges
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Use a Thailand eSIM to stay connected
Thailand is a blend of old-world culture and modern lifestyle, with everything from gorgeous beaches to lively streets and grand Buddhist monasteries.
When visiting Thailand, you’ll want to stay in touch with your loved ones back home and share your Thai adventures.
This is where a Thailand eSIM is really helpful. An eSIM allows you to access local data and stay connected even when there isn’t available Wi-Fi.
How much travel data do I need in Thailand?
In Thailand, data needs will vary from person to person. Consider whether Wi-Fi is offered in your accommodations and how much time you’ll be spending indoors.
If you plan to visit the sites and enjoy the tropical Thai landscapes, then you’re going to need data to stay connected.
The best thing about a Thailand eSIM is that it provides a variety of data packages based on your requirements. You can start with a small data plan and top up as needed!
We also have a travel data calculator to help you estimate how much data you’ll need for your trip.
Will I pay roaming charges with an eSIM for Thailand?
There are no roaming charges! A Thailand eSIM securely gives your device access to a local network in Thailand, enabling you to use prepaid data while vacationing!
Just make sure you turn off Data Roaming on your Primary SIM card so you won’t see charges on your next bill. Using an eSIM for Thailand can help you save money and make sure you enjoy every moment of your trip!
Enjoy your Thailand vacation
Explore top attractions in Thailand
There are so many things to do and see when you’re planning a trip to Thailand! From the beautiful beaches of Pattaya to the vibrant atmosphere of Phuket, explore the diverse attractions of Thailand.
The Grand Palace: Bangkok’s most popular landmark that’s famous for its historical significance and incredible craftsmanship. Also, this palace is home to Thailand’s most sacred Buddhist temple, Wat Phra Kaew.
Railay Beach, Krabi: Famous for its dramatic limestone cliffs, tall palm trees, white sand and turquoise water, this beach is a must-visit! You can also enjoy activities like kayaking, snorkeling and hiking at Railay Beach.
Khao Yai National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this national park has diverse wildlife, beautiful landscapes, and endless hiking trails!
Popular foods to try in Thailand
Explore the flavors of Thailand by eating your way through these popular Thai dishes.
Pad Thai: Silky noodles mixed with a sweet and savory sauce, crushed peanuts and your choice of shrimp, chicken or tofu.
Khao Pad: A delicious fried rice meal prepared with a combination of chicken, jasmine rice, veggies, and egg that is served with different sauces.
Tom Yum Goong: This hot and sour soup is filled with mushrooms and shrimp that is combined with lemongrass, chili, lime leaves, shallots and fish sauce.
What’s the best time to visit Thailand?
Thailand is lovely any time of year, but you may wish to plan your trip around certain activities.
November to February: Peak tourist season with comfortable temperatures and lush green landscapes. Step outside on breezy evenings to visit the local markets.
June to October: Monsoon season with less crowds can be found this time of year. A great time to visit the cities of Thailand like Bangkok, Phuket or Pattaya.
April to July: A terrific time to find amazing deals on lodging and travel packages. It may be a little hot during these months but it’s a well-known time for exhibitions and festivals.
What to pack for a vacation to Thailand?
Thailand is an endless adventure! Don’t forget to bring along these essentials to make your trip more enjoyable.
Electrolytes: Avoid dehydration while travelling since Thailand’s hot temperature might be a lot to handle!
Flip-flops: Temples and some eateries in Thailand frequently ask you to remove your shoes before entering. Make this easier with a pair of convenient flip-flops!
Hats: To be safe from the sun, including a couple of hats on your Thailand packing list is a great idea!
FAQs about using a Thailand eSIM
Will eSIM work on my phone or tablet?
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.
Why can’t I just use Wi-Fi while traveling?
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.
How reliable is aloSIM data?
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.
Is setting up an eSIM complicated?
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.
Explore Thailand with aloSIM data
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!
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.