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获取 Scandinavia eSIM

可下载带有预付费数据的 Scandinavia SIM 卡

  • 预付费数据仅需 $7.00
  • 包括免费的国际电话号码。了解更多。
  • 无意外费用或漫游费
  • 支持的国家:Finland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden
  • 即将访问 Scandinavia 使用 Scandinavia eSIM(可下载 SIM 卡)和本地数据流量,每周只需 $7.00 即可省钱。
  • 获取廉价数据: 在您的手机上安装 Scandinavia eSIM 并激活数据包,即可在 Scandinavia 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:DNA, Telenor
  • 预期速度:LTE
  • 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


How does a Scandinavia 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 Scandinavia eSIM to stay connected

With countries like Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland falling under its borders, the Scandinavian region is renowned for having the finest beaches in Northern Europe, royal palaces, and archipelagos.

Captured a beautiful picture in Scandinavia and want to share it with your family and friends? You can instantly share experiences from your trip with a Scandinavia eSIM on your mobile device.

With an affordable eSIM data package, your phone stays connected via local networks as you travel and explore Scandinavia.

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How much travel data do I need in Scandinavia?

How much data you’ll need while in Scandinavia will depend on a few factors. You’re going to access your data when you leave your hotel and need directions, check in with social media or have a video chat with your family back home.

A Scandinavia eSIM provides you with flexible data plans. You can start using your device with a basic plan and upgrade whenever is necessary.

Not sure how much data you’ll need in Scandinavia? We have a travel data calculator that can help with that! You can always start with a small data package and upgrade if you need more data.

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

When you’re using an 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 a Scandinavia eSIM, your smartphone is immediately linked to a great local network in Scandinavia, 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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Scandinavia eSIM data starting at $7


Enjoy your Scandinavia vacation

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Explore top attractions in Scandinavia

Whether you’re hoping to see the northern lights, enjoy natural scenery, or travel to one of the four capital cities: Oslo, Helsinki, Stockholm, or Copenhagen, the Scandinavian region has lots to offer!

SnowCastle of Kemi, Finland: This winter wonderland is the world’s largest building made of ice and snow! This popular resort includes a hotel, an art gallery, and a beautiful chapel.

Soderasens National Park, Sweden: Located in southern Sweden, this national park is full of diverse trees and wildlife. A great place to hike and enjoy the outdoors.

Oresund Bridge, Denmark: A miracle of modern-day engineering, this underwater bridge connects Sweden and Denmark. Taking a trip along this bridge is an experience you don’t want to miss!

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Popular foods to try in Scandinavia

The cuisine in Scandinavia is as amazing as the region itself. These three classic Scandinavian dishes are worth a try …

Crispy Waffles with Cloudberries and Whipped Cream: Cloudberry is a treasured delicacy native to Scandinavia. Cloudberry jam with whipped cream over a crispy golden Swedish waffle are a match made in heaven!

Fiskefrikadeller: Smooth, crisp, and delicately flavored, these Danish fish cakes are made with cod, eggs, breadcrumbs, onion, and fresh local herbs.

Farikal: Often regarded as the national dish of Norway, Farikal is a mix of mutton, cabbage, and whole black pepper often served with potatoes.

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What’s the best time to visit Scandinavia?

Any time of year is a good time to visit Scandinavia! Take time to decide which months will allow you to make the most of the sites and activities you want to experience.

December, January, and February: The northern lights are the first thing that make a trip to Scandinavia during winter worthwhile. Other winter activities this time of year include skiing, ice fishing, reindeer safaris, and don’t forget Christmas celebrations!

March, April, and May: Spring is a lovely time to visit this region. The meadows of Scandinavian countries like Denmark and Norway are filled with wildflowers and warm breezes. Don’t miss festivals like Sweden’s Walpurgis Night Bonfire and Finland’s Vappu!

June, July, and August: In Scandinavia, summer weather is likely to be warm and bright, allowing for much more sightseeing and outdoor excursions. The midnight sun is a rare natural phenomenon you can enjoy in Norway, and outdoor celebrations like Midsummer’s Eve take place during this season.

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What to pack for a vacation to Scandinavia

Choosing what to bring on a trip to Scandinavia can be stressful! Here is a list of essentials that you should consider bringing along.

Sleep Mask or Eye Mask: Bring a sleep mask with you to any of the Nordic nations, where the sun shines through most of the night during the summer months. It will help you get a good night’s sleep.

UV-Blocking Sunglasses: These will shield your eyes from the sun’s harmful rays when you’re sightseeing. Remember to take them off while observing the northern lights.

Flashlight: A portable headlight or pocket flashlight will keep you on track, even on the darkest winter evenings while enjoying the outdoors.

FAQs about using eSIM in Scandinavia

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.

If you’re going to be visiting a few Scandinavian countries, it makes sense to use a Scandinavia eSIM that works in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Then you can use your data package in all three countries.

But if you’ll only be visiting one Scandinavian country, you can always choose to buy a Denmark eSIM data package (starting at $4.50), a Norway eSIM data package (starting at $4.50), or Sweden eSIM data package (starting at $4.50) individually.

Stay connected with a Scandinavia 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.