获取 Qatar eSIM flag

可下载带有预付费数据的 Qatar SIM 卡

  • 预付费数据仅需 $5.00
  • 包括免费的国际电话号码。了解更多。
  • 无意外费用或漫游费
  • 即将访问 Qatar 使用 Qatar eSIM(可下载 SIM 卡)和本地数据流量,每周只需 $5.00 即可省钱。
  • 获取廉价数据: 在您的手机上安装 Qatar eSIM 并激活数据包,即可在 Qatar 的任何地方享受稳定的互联网连接,而无需 Wi-Fi。
  • 绝不支付漫游费: 通过关闭主 SIM 卡的数据漫游或完全关闭主 SIM 卡,可以避免运营商漫游费用。需要帮忙? 我们 24/7 全天候提供服务。


  • 支持的网络:Vodafone
  • 预期速度:LTE/5G
  • 限制:完全不受限制的数据
  • 数据充值可用:是的
  • 热点/网络共享:是的
  • 所需身份证件/文件:不
  • 电话号码:包含在购买中

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Use a Qatar data eSIM to stay connected

Qatar, a peninsular Arab nation, is home to a beautiful skyline and white sandy beaches.

While you relax and unwind on the coast of Qatar, you might want to share your travel experiences with your friends and family back home.

That’s where a Qatar eSIM comes in handy! It lets you access local data and stay connected even when there isn’t access to Wi-Fi.


How much travel data do I need in Qatar?

A few things will determine how much data you’ll need during your time in Qatar. If you’re leaving your hotel and need driving directions, that will require data.

If you’re hopping on a video call with family back home and there isn’t Wi-Fi available, that will require data too. Luckily, with a Qatar eSIM, you will have immediate access to data throughout your trip!

The best thing about a Qatar eSIM is that you can start with a small data package and upgrade if you need more data partway through your trip.


Will I pay roaming charges with a Qatar data eSIM?

Not at all! With a Qatar eSIM, your phone won’t need to “roam” for your home network. It will connect to a local network in Qatar, allowing you to access prepaid data on your mobile device.

(But before you leave for Qatar, make sure you switch Data Roaming OFF for your Primary SIM card to avoid international roaming charges on your next bill).


Qatar eSIM data starting at $5


Enjoy your Qatar vacation


Explore top Qatar attractions

There’s so much to see and do in Qatar, no matter what time of year you’re visiting. Be sure to ake time to discover Qatar’s beauty and charm with these three must-see locations.

Purple Island/Al Khor Island: Explore this scenic island by hiking, bird watching, or kayaking through its extensive mangrove reserve, earning it the name, “Land of Mangroves.”

Museum of Islamic Art: This museum complex houses Islamic artifacts and year-round tourist activities such as sporting events, outdoor cafés, art workshops, and pop-up markets.

Film City: Tour this “Ghost Town” in the heart of the Dukhan desert to explore the unique rock formations and the ruins of a mysteriously deserted village.


Popular foods to try in Qatar

Let’s explore the world of Qatari delicacies to help you plan your next food tour!

Saloona: This traditional Arabian stew is cooked with chicken, beef, lamb, or fish, along with mildly spiced seasonal vegetables. Enjoy it as is or with rice.

Balaleet: The blend of eggs, vermicelli rice noodles, saffron, sugar, and rose water makes this dish burst with sweet and savory flavors that will leave you surprised!

Warak Enab: The name, “warak enab,” means grape leaves in Arabic, and this snack is filled with rice, herbs, and minced meat. Often paired with a hot cup of coffee!


What’s the best time to visit Qatar?

From pleasant springs to magical winter events, there’s something special to see no matter when you visit Qatar …

March, April, and May: These months between Qatar’s winters and very hot summers are an ideal time to catch a live music night in Doha, enjoy a drink at a rooftop bar, or visit the camel racing wrap-up event in April.

September, October, and November: After the extremely hot summer months, this is when the Qatar streets come back to life. A perfect time to explore the Ar Rakiyat Fort or stroll along the Doha Corniche!

December, January, and February: These are the best months to visit Qatar when the weather is pleasant and suitable for all kinds of activities, from beach days to desert adventures and cultural events.


What to pack for a vacation to Qatar

Qatar is an Islamic country with a conservative dress code, so it’s important to pack clothing that will adhere to the rules (and show respect).

Wrap/Scarf/Pashmina: This can be used to cover your shoulders and chest, keeping your appearance modest.

Light sweater or jacket: The air-conditioning can be chilly in Qatar, and this will come in handy.

Loose-fitting pants/jeans without rips: It’s best not to wear tight-fitting clothing in Qatar, and your clothing shouldn’t have fashionable rips that show off bare skin.

LEARN MORE: How to follow Qatar’s dress code