I will stay in the Netherlands for three months and I'm looking for a prepaid SIM card with a cheap data plan (like, 200 MB free per month). In Germany, there are lots and lots of offers like this, but due to my lack of Dutch I have not been able to find a website comparing plans.

Are there any websites which compare the plans, or any specific recommendations for certain plans? Websites in Dutch are fine, too.

  • sounds very similar to this question: travel.stackexchange.com/questions/1539/… – vartec Aug 31 '12 at 14:13
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    I found exactly what I've looking for at KPN: Prepaid, microSIM, 200 MB internet plan. Other carriers might offer the same or cheaper plans. – Eekhoorn Sep 3 '12 at 20:34

There is bellen.com, but unfortunately Dutch only. The list of prepaid providers with Internet can be found here. It is in Dutch, but I hope the following translation of the table fields can help:

Aanbieder = Provider
Pakket = Package or Plan
Databundel = Data bundle (amount of Mb you can use for free)
Buitenbundel = what you pay if you go over your "Databundel"
Snelheid = speed
Prijs p/mnd = Price per month

Not all are prepaid. When it is, it is mentioned in the column "Pakket". Ignore Rabomobiel, Rabobank is a dutch bank and only available for bank customers.

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    You can also use google translate to read bellen.com. – Dani van der Meer Sep 3 '12 at 5:42
  • Good point. The translation by googte translate is actually quite good. Except maybe the translation of Ben into Are – user141 Sep 3 '12 at 9:41

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