Mobile Telephony in Poland

In Poland, there are two possible ways of using a mobile phone: through Polish prepaid mobile card (pay-as-you-go SIM card) or thanks to mobile phone contract.

The four major mobile providers in Poland include:

1. Orange,

2. Play,

3. Plus,  

4. T-Mobile

 + many MVNOs and subsidiaries.

Due to the change in Polish law, it is now obligatory to register your SIM card. In order to do it, you can visit a particular mobile provider`s stores.

The following documents are required while registering your SIM card or signing a contract with one of the mobile operators:

  • your passport or ID card,
  • residence registration document,
  • your address in Poland (for correspondence).

 

Read more – useful links:

http://prepaid-data-sim-card.wikia.com/wiki/Poland

https://www.justlanded.com/english/Poland/Poland-Guide/Telephone-Internet/Mobile-phones

https://expatriate.pl/compare-and-choose-a-polish-mobile-phone-network/

 

 

 

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