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I am planning to spend around 100 days in Leipzig, Germany this summer , I wanted to make a prepaid data plan 1 GB be very enough.

My Questions are:

  1. Which are the service providers who have available data plans for this situations ?
  2. Prices ?
  3. Are there service providers that could support all over Europe ? I might go to Prague, Milan, Amsterdam during weekends and I will need internet there.
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I haven't heard about reasonably priced Internet plans that work throughout Europe, the best way to go still seems to have a local sim card in every country you are visiting. – Grzenio May 7 '13 at 10:26
  1. There are many to choose from. You'll probably want a prepaid plan from a "discount" provider such as Simyo or Aldi Talk. Here's a comparison.
  2. Typically the prepaid plan includes a pay-as-you-go rate that is very expensive (ca. 24 cents/MB), but you can add a flatrate option which will e.g. cost 9.90 EUR and give you 1GB of highspeed mobile internet within 30 days - if you use more in that time, it will still work but only at low speeds.
  3. I don't know any international data plans with acceptable prices.
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Aldi talk offers "EU Internet-Paket 60" : 60MB for 4,99 EUR. It's not so much. If you need more, it's better to buy a local SIM card in every country – Dirty-flow May 7 '13 at 6:56

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