Whether you are island hopping in the aquamarine aegan sea, or contemplating the oracle at Delphi, buying a SIM card to stay connected is simple, but which is the best SIM Card for Greece?
There are three network providers in Greece
There are also a couple of resellers that use the network infrastructure of these providers.
Where to buy a SIM card?
Wind, Cosmote and Vodafone shops are dotted around central Athens, and Cosmote SIMs can also be purchased from the Germanos electronic store, which is situated in the departures at Athens airport along with other locations. You can also buy SIMs from convenience stores and tobacco shops. Buying a mobile SIM card in Greece requires Passport or ID, but the process is straightforward and the shop should activate it for you.
Wifi is readily available in all of the usual establishments in Greece. Coffee shops, airports, tavernas, bars, cafes, hotels etc.
So Which is the Best SIM Card for Greece?
For most travellers, we would recommend Vodafone for its wide coverage, reasonable speed, and English-speaking service.
For those on a very low budget who will be visiting only the major cities, try Wind.
If travelling extremely widely, use Cosmote for the most extensive coverage.