Internet and Mobile
Getting connected and being able to communicate is important when you move to any new country, and Italy is no different. Our guides explain how to set up the Internet and phone service when you move to Italy.
Telecommunications Providers in Italy
The four main providers active in the mobile phone and Internet markets in Italy are Fastweb (foreign IBANs accepted), Vodafone, Tim, and WindTre. Fastweb and WindTre offer both internet and mobile phone plans. All four providers have their phone and internet infrastructure, and coverage is fairly similar.
Looking for a Mobile Phone or Internet Plan in Italy?
Our English-speaking Selectra advisors are here to help you find the right internet and mobile plan. Foreign IBANs accepted.
First of all, we recommend buying an Italian sim card for your smartphone. You can do it with our operators and then you will receive the sim card at your house a few days later.
This is very important because for many household contracts the providers request an Italian phone number.
Italian smartphones, like the rest of Europe, operate on the GSM cellular network. Whether you are just visiting Italy or settling in the country, unlocking your phone, and ensuring it's GSM compatible so that you can use it in Italy with an Italian SIM card is a handy and cost-efficient means of communication.
It’s very easy to install the Internet in your new house with the help of our technicians. These are the best offers that we recommend to you.
|First Place||Fastweb Casa||
|Third Place||TIM Super Fibra||29,90 €/month|
In general, for the activation of the line, you have to wait about 15 business days. Nice to know that if you haven’t already installed the router a technician will have to come to your house to install it.