Mobile and internet service (3G/4G coverage) is usually very good in Iceland and mobile phones work in all major towns and popular routes around the country. The service can be limited in some rural and wilderness areas.

There are three main phone networks in Iceland: Síminn, Vodafone and Nova. All these companies offer prepaid SIM card and if you want to stay connected to the internet and phone services while traveling in Iceland we recommend that you purchase a plan from one of those companies. The SIM cards can be purchased at the company's stores around Iceland, Keflavik Airport, online and most gas station and convenience stores around Iceland. If you run out of data it is easy and simple to refill your prepaid service online.

The country code is 354 plus the seven digit number.

Free WiFi

Most cafés, restaurants, bars, hotels and guesthouses offer free Wifi around Iceland. If you don’t have a prepaid SIM card it should not be a problem finding internet connection. We still recommend buying a SIM cards when traveling in Iceland for your own safety.

Vodafone Starter Kit

Síminn Starter Kit