If the cell phone you use in the US or Canada has the 900 as well as the 1800 MHz bands, your phone will work in Italy. As a rule of thumb, most AT&T, T-Mobile and Rogers (Canada) cell phones will work in Italy, and most other companies cell phones, such as Verizon and Sprint, will not.
Can I use my Iphone in Italy?
Yes, if you are using your US phone number (no Italian SIM) then you dial the same way as you would if you were at home. I am not 100% sure about the same US area code part, so do 1 (area code) if it doesnt work the just area code way. So you are right, youve got it!
Do cell phones work internationally?
Every major cell phone company has some sort of international roaming option. These range from excellent to extortionate and are your easiest (though not often best) option. If your carrier is T-Mobile, Sprint, or Google Project Fi, youre covered with some kind of unlimited data in most countries around the world.
What is the best mobile network in Italy?
Overall, Vodafone is the best mobile network in Italy. It has one of the most reliable coverages in the entire market. Also, Vodafone has some of the best internet plans specifically designed for tourists starting from €14,99. Vodafone is also one of the biggest mobile networks in all of Europe.
Do I need a converter to charge my phone in Italy?
Charging any mobile phone from an Italian power outlet by using a two pinned Schuko Type F USB adapter. In order to power any mobile phone using the Italian power outlet youll need a Type F USB power adapter and a USB 2.0 A Male to Micro B cable.
What cities in Italy have 5G?
As of 31 December 2020: TIM has confirmed that its 5G services are active in Rome, Milan, Turin, Florence, Naples, Ferrara, Bologna, Genoa, Sanremo, Brescia and Monza (with the first racetrack in Europe to be connected with 5G). The next cities to be covered will be Verona, Matera and Bari.
What adapter do I need for Italy from us?
You will need to pack a Type L plug adapter for Italy if your plug doesnt fit into an Italian power outlet.
Do I need a converter to charge my phone in Europe?
In fact, the majority of mobile devices, tablets and laptops have battery chargers that can work on 220 volts used in Europe and countries in the world, as well as 110 volts (the US). If your mobile phone is dual voltage you still need to use a plug adapter, but not a voltage converter.
How much does data cost in Italy?
The Full BreakdownRankCountryAverage price of 1GB (USD)4Italy43¢5Ukraine46¢6Kazakhstan46¢7Somalia50¢6 more rows•3 Jul 2020