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Old 19th March 2019, 10:30 AM
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Getting a SIM is cheap, so just try them all if need be. But I found most of the companies’ coverage (copertura) maps were surprisingly good and quite accurate. Trouble with our place was like most of Italy we’ve experienced – the hills. Both TIM and WIND were very good, but TIM for the internet was more unstable, but better for calls. In the end we were using one for data and the other for calls. Iliad, if the coverage is okay, is by far a better deal than any, hence the other big players are panicking to try to hold on to customers. Of course all things in this are change rapidly and once 5g arrives fully in a year or two – who knows!
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By the way, Iliad is actually a French company with presence in several European countries. that may give them greater financial resilience.

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The people in your neighbourhood will know who has the best coverage. You'll likely find one company having the majority of the users.

But all this assumes you're in a rural or smaller town. If you're in a bigger area with fibre you'll almost certainly want that. Vodafone and TIM both have offers which include international calls. Then the choice for SIM is much easier.

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