Pay As You Go Dongle - France

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  1. Philiphall

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    Hi anyone any ideas where to get a pay as you go dongle for the internet in France? I have tried several shops and just get the normal shrug of the shoulders. I went into an orange shop and they thought they sold them but could not find them. When I'm in the UK I use3 but they dont cover France. I'm sat outside a bar at the moment using there free wifi but would prefer to have my own connection. I'm sure I have seen a post on here about PAYG but cant find it now!
     
  2. RogeTeri

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    Can't help but would be interested to find the answer. Hope you enjoyed the drink!
     
  3. Philiphall

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    have had several, have to walk around the harbour to get back to the van - better not slip :ROFLMAO:
     
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    I have a dongle which I unlocked myself free of charge.

    In France I have used an "Mobicarte" sim from an Orange store.
    They did require photo ID (passport or photo D/L).

    You have to follow the instructions which are in French to get it onto the correct data Tariff.

    If you don't speak French there is a web page somewhere with pics and instructions..

    I'm out and about just now so just posting on my iPad..

    If you want the link I can post it later. :thumb:
     
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  6. Beemer

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    I got mine from the French equivalent of Vodaphone which is SFR.

    I topped up at various SFR shops and some supermarkets.

    Dave
     
  7. Philiphall

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    posting the link would be great - thanks
     
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    A mate of mine use SFR. He bought the dongle and topped up in the SFR shop. (No French address required he informs me.)
     
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    SFR shop:thumb:
     
  12. Ifor

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    This doesn't help you now but take a look at togglemobile.co.uk

    Reasonable data charges and mobile calls plus no charge to receive incoming calls. Great for France and Spain but NOT for Portugal.

    Regards, Ifor
    Checkout my blog at pilotesprogress.com
     
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