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Where to buy a mobile phone plan at Helsinki Airport?

Article published
3.1.2020 at 10:41
A prepaid mobile phone plan with mobile data is an affordable and easy way to stay connected while traveling. You can purchase a SIM card that suits your needs right after landing in Finland. At Helsinki Airport, SIM cards are sold at R-kioski stores, among other places, one of which is located in the Arrivals Hall in Terminal 2.

Internet and mobile phone plans are among the most purchased products at R-kioski stores at Helsinki Airport. The broadest selection of prepaid packages for different kinds of needs is found there.

“The most important qualities for our customers seem to be easy implementation and unlimited internet. A popular choice is the DNA Rajaton prepaid package with unlimited calls, messages and internet for five days,” says Terhi Järvelä, shopkeeper of R-kioski.

At Helsinki Airport, R-kioski can be found at the Arrivals Hall in Terminal 2 and at Gate 50 in the non-Schengen area. There are SIM cards from three different operators: DNA, Saunalahti and Telia.

Certain prepaid mobile phone plans work in other parts of Europe as well, if the trip happens to continue from Finland to other Nordic or Baltic countries, for instance. Pricing is based on demand and the length of usage. The salespeople at R-kioski will help you choose the most suitable SIM card for your trip.

Mobile phone plans can also be purchased at WHSmith stores, and several car rentals offer Wi-Fi hot spots for their customers.

Helsinki Airport has free, fast Wi-Fi

At the airport, passengers have access to free Wi-Fi with unlimited usage, offered by Finavia. The connection is fast (100Mbs) and easy to use.

Free WiFi access for passengers at Helsinki Airport a huge success