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Will I be able to buy a SIM card in Israel for use with my modem when I'll be traveling there? Where to buy it and how much will it cost?

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marked as duplicate by Dirty-flow, VMAtm, Mark Mayo, Geeo, Karlson Apr 28 '14 at 13:48

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The SIM is free, but you have to buy a service package. I looked up on Orange site, they charge 119 shekels for a 10GB package for private people (99 for businesses), and 4 shekels/1MB for prepaid plans.

$1 = 3.75 shekels, and there's a VAT charge of 16% on top of the price.

In addition to Orange, there are two other major providers - Cellcom and Pelephone. All or some of them usually have points of sale in any mall. The prices vary between the providers, but are more or less comparable.

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Thank you very much for response and details!!! – Oana May 11 '12 at 4:44
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hi, hope I did the correct vote. Thanks! – Oana May 12 '12 at 8:57

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