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The four main providers are: TIM, Vodafone, 3 and WIND. Generally the provider is required to request your codice fiscale when opening a contract or giving you a prepaid SIM. Some vendors will refuse to give you a SIM if you do not have a codice fiscale, others will take a copy of your passport and simply 'calculate' your codice fiscale (alternative ...
Coverage in Italy is good across all three main operators: TIM Vodafone and Wind. I would suggest Wind for it's value for money. With Wind you can get 100 minutes, 200 sms and 1GB for 10€ + 1€ (activation cost). They call this All Inclusive Ricaricabile. They also have an Internet-only offer giving you 3GB for 9€, which will however expire soon (8th ...
There are a few coworking spaces for rent on Sharedesk for around 20EUR for the whole day. It may be possible to work at a cafe or the airport, but these spaces are more reliable in terms of comfort for getting work done and internet connection as well.
(Note: I am not connected to this company either as a client or employee, I simply found them via Google) It appears that Regus has some space available in Brussels for rent by the hour. There were several listed as Day Offices, Fully Equipped. Most were listed at either ~15 Euro or ~25 Euro.
If you are staying on the North Island in populated areas (which you are, mostly), you should have no trouble with Vodafone coverage. The coverage gets a bit thin in more remote areas on the South Island, but that's not a problem for your planned trip.
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