|Be aware that Serbia is neither part of the EU, nor of the EEA, where since 2017 new international roaming rules have been enforced. So, roaming rates on European SIM cards are not capped or regulated in the country and can be much higher. Better buy a local SIM card instead.|
There are three mobile operators in Serbia. They all offer SIM cards with prepaid internet, some of which are tailored specifically for tourists (lots of data, short stays). Coverage and speed are generally good throughout the country. Prepaid SIM cards for all mobile networks are available at many points of sale.
Currently they have the Data SIM with 10.000 min, 10.000 SMS and 10 GB valid for 7 days (prices and options are often changed, check that the offer has been changed (unfortunately, the site is only in Serbian)
Call Center: 064-789
There are many prepaid mobile phone topup options:
- Electronic topup – via terminals at authorised distributers
- Topup cards – available from kiosks
- By debit or credit card (DinaCard, Visa, MasterCard, Diners)
- Online topup – via the operator’s website
- SMS topup – by sending an SMS from another telephone
- Over the counter and from ATMs in post offices and banks
- At mobile operator retail outlets
WiFi Internet Access
Most hotels, cafes and other public places offer free WiFi internet access, just ask for the password. There are about 130 locations in the city with free WiFi signal, mostly in the parks and on the squares. If you're staying in an apartment double check with your host whether they have free WiFi.
iPass - if you are iPass user, or the user of any iPass Network Partner, you can connect for free to one of the many UniFi or UniFi Travel hot spots in Serbia. It is only necessary to have the appropriate application installed on your device. Each UniFi Router, even the one in private homes, is a WiFi hotspot
TEPPY - A pocket-sized personal WiFi hotspot, to keep you connected while in Serbia.