Internet Access

Whether you want to send a quick email or are visiting Antalya and need to contact loved ones back home, you’ll have no trouble keeping connected in the City. If you’re staying at a hotel, chances are that it has a business center with computers and printers available for guests. International visitors should remember that In Turkey the power plugs and sockets are of type F. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. You may need an adapter and possibly a voltage converter to use your laptop and phone chargers and any other apparatus here.

Wireless Internet is available throughout Antalya including in many hotels, coffee shops, parks and libraries. At some locations, highly unlikely but you have to pay for WiFi. 

The wiman site has a list of spots with free wireless and hotspots Internet in Antalya.
Remember to use caution at wireless hot spots. Visit microsoft.com for safety tips that can help safeguard your private data. 

If you plan to buy one of Turkish mobile operator card to internet porpuses before you sign up for a Turkish network service, if your phone is from abroad, you need to register it if you plan to stay in Turkey longer than 120 days or want to use a Turkish sim card.

If you are still on a Turkish tourist visa, pay the tax at the local tax office by showing them the IMEI number of your phone. Once you have done this, buy a pay-as-you-go sim card from any of the three mobile phone operators Turkcell, Avea (Turk Telecom) or Vodaphone Turkey.


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