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Simyo is an operator that uses Orange 3G and GSM network. It has very good prices. All prices here have taxes. You can buy a sim via Internet at, but you can't get it outside Spain (by law). There is no way to buy it in a shop.

A voice + data price overview can be found here. National calls to any dest: sms / 1 minute:0,1044 eur. - call start: 0.174 eur.

Data: it's very good for internet access. You can access with hspda, 3g or gprs almost over the entire country (not all for hspda but 97% with 3g)

Internet is currently priced at 0.0354 euro/MB. No activation or data plan is required.
(caveat: you are billed in blocks of 1 MB per session, if you connect just to download 10 kb you are billed for 1 MB.On the iPhoneyou can enable push notifications for one or more apps, this ensures that you will stay connected all the time (1 continuous session))
No longer the case, as of 1 august 2010 data you are billed per byte of data.

Other data plans are available but these require a Spanish fiscal number (NIE/NIF).

Old pricing (before feb 2010):
First 100mb on the same day: 1.1484 €
Less than 10mb: 0.1044 €
First 500mb on the same month: 5.8€
If you want more than 100mb/day you can use data plan, 25 € + tax (16%) for 5gb, if you pass the limit you browse at 128kbps.

Simyo is a subsidary of KPN.

  • Configuration details can be found here.
  • APN:
  • no username / password seems to be required

Posted Anonymously Latest page update: made by Anonymous , Aug 20 2010, 2:42 AM EDT (about this update About This Update Posted Anonymously billing is no longer in blocks of 1 mb - anonymous

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