Internet is the single most important thing when it comes to travelling the world. Complimentary internet is available at most hotels and many public places these days, but when I am travelling on public transport, I am often frustrated. Not being able to check my e-mails on days where I have no hotels to stay for the night is a real headache. As I travel from place to place all the time, a local sim card is often too expensive and I have been looking for another option.
Last year, during a meeting with Air Baltic in Riga, I was given an Air Baltic Card and was immediately amazed. Free incoming calls in 140 countries and cheap data in most countries. Just what I needed. It came with a start-up credit, and it’s been a perfect way for me to stay up-to-date on the road. Walking the streets of a remote area of Azerbaijan and being able to check my inbox is fantastic. I also love that there is no contract. No risk of a high bill as there is only a pay as you go-option.
Air Baltic Card is perfect for people like me that don’t need a lot of data but need the possibility to call and e-mail on the road for the cheapest possible price.
You can order the Air Baltic Card to anywhere in the world on their website below: