Katowice Internationals Foundation


There are no more excuses for not being connected

New number in Poland

Phone connection helps us to do a lot of things in our life; business issues or private matters, all are solved with the help of a phone. Plus, if you’re an EU citizen, the newest regulations allow you to use your mobile data with “roam like at home” tariffs, using your regular data plan if you plan to stay in Poland for a short period of time. However, when moving to another country it might be very difficult to choose a mobile operator. With this article we will facilitate this arduous task and expose the most striking and practical offers for you.

It could be great to follow this path:
●CHOOSING A PROVIDER: choose a provider from the top Network providers according to your preference. All the providers offer similar tariffs. You can even check it at the store when you buy it (behind the package).
● WHERE TO BUY? You can buy a sim card in most of the supermarkets like Zabka, Biedronka Kiosk Ruch, Gas Stations and , of course, in official company stores.
● PROOF TO CARRY: There is not much of complications to buy sim cards in Poland, you just need to provide your national ID or Passport.
● ACTIVATION: After buying the sim card and paying for it, ask the seller to activate your sim card and make sure it is activated, it will take less than an hour.
● TARIFFS: After the activation you can download the specific provider’s application and buy your monthly packs. Usually, you also get certain limits for calls and Internet according to the providers.

What operator do I choose?

Poland offers the possibility to choose different choices while buying a SIM card.
You can choose between: Orange, Play, Plus Telekom, T-mobile and a lot more. These ones are optimal for travellers who stay in Poland for a short-term.

All these providers have extended 4G networks to use your sim card while traveling in Poland and with also 5G networking in few.

It very easy to buy a sim card! Before starting, it’s worth to note that, when buying a sim, you buy a basic tariff called “starter.” These starters are similar from each mobile operator. You’ll then have to choose a plan, depending on how many gigabytes, messages and minutes you need. 

Here some of the most reliable and best  known providers in Poland:





We hope this article helped you to get orientation in the Polish mobile market. Good luck and have a pleasant stay in Poland!