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6 Best Prepaid SIM Cards in Belgium: Buying Guide

Belgium – the capital of the European Union (EU), but sometimes also called the Capital of Europe, famous for its beers and chocolate.

It is also home to three official languages (Dutch, French, and German – unbeknownst to many).

But what can you do in Belgium, besides looking at political buildings (like the NATO headquarters)? A lot.

Bruges is a cozy medieval city with loads of history and old architecture.

Antwerp has the Diamond District with fun attractions.

Brussels, the capital city, has the Atomium, which is something you should experience once.

You can skip Manneken Pis – you will be disappointed (just like the Litte Mermaid in Copenhagen, Denmark – both statues are small).

Or, you can enjoy the beach in Ostend.

Whatever you will be doing in Belgium, you will most likely share your experiences online.

Be aware that international roaming, using your main SIM card, can be expensive.

Luckily, local SIM cards, like a Belgian one, are an affordable way to stay connected when exploring countries.

You will be charged local rates, which are often lower than what you would pay back home.

So, how expensive are SIM cards in Belgium?

You can get a Proximus, BASE & Carrefour Mobile SIM card for 10 EUR. Orange sells SIM cards for 15 EUR. Lycamobile and Vectone Mobile SIM cards can be obtained for free, but on-the-spot top-ups or plan purchases are often required. SIM cards are also available at Brussels Airport.

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These prices are not crazy for countries in this region. In fact, they are average.

But those are just the SIM card prices. What about plans? Which SIM card is the best? What about coverage? Or any other questions you have?

I will answer them all for you today.

In this guide, I will go over everything you need to know about buying a SIM card in Belgium. Let's go.

Buying a SIM Card in Belgium Guide (logos of Proximus, Orange, BASE, Lycamobile, Vectone Mobile, Carrefour Mobile & L-Mobi Mobile)

Original publication: 15th of August 2021. Last updated: 18th of August 2021.

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Can You Buy a SIM Card in Belgium?

Anyone living in or visiting Belgium can buy a Belgian SIM card from the Main Operators (Proximus, Orange & BASE) in their stores or Mobile Virtual Network Operators – MVNOs (Carrefour Mobile, Lycamobile & Vectone Mobile) without any restrictions.

You do have to comply with the SIM card registration regulations. Moreover, you need a phone that supports the frequencies used in the country (preferably all of them to have the most optimal experience while in Belgium). Furthermore, you need to have a SIM-lock-free device.

Where Can You Buy a SIM Card in Belgium?

You can get a Belgium SIM card in Proximus, Orange & BASE stores or from resellers, including grocery stores, gas stations, and electronic shops. Resellers will also sell the SIM cards of Mobile Virtual Network Operators – MVNOs (Carrefour Mobile, Lycamobile & Vectone Mobile).

It is also possible to buy SIM cards at Belgian International Airports, such as Brussels Airport (Luchthaven Brussel-Nationaal/Aéroport de Bruxelles-National).

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You can expect to pay the following for Belgian SIM cards:

  • Proximus: 10 EUR
  • Orange Belgium: 15 EUR
  • BASE: 10 EUR
  • Carrefour Mobile Belgium: 10 EUR
  • Lycamobile Belgium: free, but top-up or plan purchase required
  • Vectone Mobile Belgium: free, but top-up or plan purchase required

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Can You Use Your Phone in Belgium?

Belgium uses GSM technology for mobile communications. CDMA phones will not work in Belgium. If your phone has a SIM card slot, then it supports GSMA (99% of the phones do support GSM nowadays).

Traditional European frequencies are used in Belgium, which are mostly used in ITU Regions 1 & 3 (Africa, Asia (including the Middle East), Europe & Oceania).

The Americas (North-, Central– & South America + the Caribbean – ITU Region 2) use American Frequencies, which differ from the European ones.

ITU Regions Map
By Maximilian Dörrbecker (Chumwa) – Own work, using this file by Denelson83, CC BY-SA 2.5

If you bought your phone in Africa, Asia, Europe, or Oceania (ITU regions 1 & 3), you should not experience any issues with using your phone in Belgium.

If you purchased your phone in the Americas (ITU Region 2) and have a low/medium-end device (without Tri-Band or Quad-Band) support, then there is a possibility you cannot use your phone when in Belgium or can only use slower networks (3G or 2G).

If you have a medium/high-end device with Tri-Band or Quad-Band support, you can use your phone in Belgium (to some extent) – also on 4G/LTE.

Mobile Operators, Networks & Frequencies in Belgium

Belgium has three Main Operators and three Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO) offering prepaid services (to travelers):

  • Proximus
  • Orange Belgium
  • BASE (by Telenet)
  • Carrefour Mobile Belgium (BASE MVNO)
  • Lycamobile Belgium (BASE MVNO)
  • Vectone Mobile Belgium (BASE MVNO)

The following frequencies are used in Belgium:

  • 2G: 900 MHz & 1800 MHz
  • 3G: 900 MHz & 2100 MHz
  • 4G/LTE: 800 MHz (Band 20), 1800 MHz (Band 3) & 2600 MHz (Band 7)
  • 5G NR: 2100 MHz (n1) & 3500 MHz (n78)

You can learn more about frequencies in the video below.

Cannot see the video above? Watch it on YouTube.

To check whether your phone will work in Belgium, check out this page by Will My Phone Work (may be outdated or inaccurate at times).

Again, make sure your phone is unlocked. Otherwise, you will not be able to use any SIM card except the one from your home operator (meaning you have to roam internationally or buy another unlocked phone that does support the frequencies listed above).

If you want to learn how international roaming works, this guide explains it in-depth. If you wonder why it is often so expensive to roam, this article explains the hidden reason they do not want you to know.

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A Note About MVNOs in Belgium

Belgium has many Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) operating in the country.

Most MVNOs offer services to postpaid customers only (travelers can only take advantage of prepaid offers) or are fully online-based, meaning that SIM cards can only be ordered and shipped to Belgian addresses.

Others only allow you to register SIM cards with the Belgian eID card. Without it, the SIM card will be useless.

These MVNOs have not partnered up with other stores for physical registration.

Below are some MVNOs that are popular (when searched on the web or by asking locals) but should be avoided as a tourist because of restrictions or because they do not offer prepaid services:

  • Ello Mobile
  • JIM Mobile
  • Mobile Vikings
  • Scarlet
  • Telenet
  • Voo

There are many more MVNOs, but anyone (online) would unlikely recommend them to travelers.

5G in Belgium

Commercial 5G NR has been available in Belgium since 2019. However, it is not available to prepaid customers, and there is no indication when it will be to them.

The regulator, the Belgian Institute for Post and Telecommunications (BIPT), has allowed 5G NR trials since 2016. Telenet, which owns BASE, managed to achieve a record speed (at that time) of 1.3 Gbps in late 2016.

Proximus started 5G NR trials in 2018, achieving a download speed of 2.96 Gbps.

That year, BIPT proposed legislation for the 5G NR action scheduled for 2019. Orange Belgium also started 5G NR trials, reaching a download speed of 6 Gbps.

In January 2019, the 5G NR auction was delayed to 2020.

In February 2020, BIPT proposed to award temporary 5G NR licenses to get the 5G NR networks rolled out slowly. The mobile operators applied, and Proximus was the first to launch 5G NR on the 1st of April 2020 (postpaid only).

In late 2020, it was announced that the proper auction for 5G NR licenses will not happen until late 2021, mostly because there was no coalition for the Federal Government yet.

In January 2021, the Belgian cabinet approved draft legislation for the 5G NR auction. It will take place in early 2022. This draft legislation was approved in June 2021.

Orange Belgium has already announced to launch Standalone (SA) 5G NR to business customers in 2022 and 2023 to others.

Overall, 5G NR rollout in Belgium will take some time to fully take off.

Best SIM Card in Belgium

If you want to buy the best SIM card in Belgium, I recommend going with Proximus or BASE. Proximus is the best mobile operator overall. BASE is the fastest while having close to excellent network coverage.

SIM Card Registration in Belgium

SIM card registration with your passport information is mandatory in Belgium. It will often be done at the point of purchase.

As of December 2016, newly issued prepaid SIM cards have to be registered in Belgium.

If you have a Belgian eID card, SIM cards can be registered easily and quickly online and only once.

If you have a Bancontact, a Belgian payment system, debit or credit card, registration can be done by topping up online. However, you will need to re-register every 18 months with this method.

As a traveler, however, it is improbable that you have such an identity card.

Luckily, registration can be done in the official stores of the mobile operators (Proximus, Orange & BASE).

Also, places like Relay, Carrefour, and Mediamarkt can register with foreign passports (or IDs from EU/EEA visitors – but you may not have to purchase a Belgian SIM card).

But it can take up to a week before your registration is processed – this method is not recommended.

Do note that you are able to buy Belgium SIM cards from smaller resellers, like non-Relay kiosks (not Relay) or small shops.

Just like Relay, Carrefour, and Mediamarkt, registration through smaller resellers can take a long time.

Not all these shops can or will do registration for you, and they may give you a SIM card regardless of registration.

However, unregistered SIM cards will not work. You would still be required to visit the mobile operator's store or a store that can do registration for you.

In short, if you want a SIM card of one from the Main Operators, visit their stores, Relay, Mediamarkt, or Carrefour.

The same counts for the MVNOs, but then your only options are Relay, Mediamarkt, Carrefour, or smaller shops that can do registration.

EU Roaming in Belgium

European Union (EU) & European Economic Area (EEA)

Belgium is part of the European Union (EU). Since June 2017, those with EU/EEA (European Economic Area) SIM cards can roam for free in other EU/EEA nations, including Belgium.

This means that, in the majority of cases, you do not need to purchase a Belgian SIM card if you already have an EU/EEA SIM card because you can roam without additional costs.

However, conditions do apply. Mobile operators in some countries may impose a roaming Fair Use Policy (FUP). In countries where local mobile data rates are extremely low (such as in the Baltics and Nordics), mobile operators may still charge you for roaming in the EU/EEA.

Be sure to head over to the international roaming page to learn whether your mobile operator offers free roaming while in Belgium or if restrictions apply.

Roaming in the EU with Belgian SIM Cards

EU Roaming
© European Commission

Belgium and the Belgian mobile operators have largely adopted the roam like at home regulations principles early on. However, some plans have an EU/EEA roaming cap.

However, the standard Fair Use Policy applies where you should not be roaming over 50% of the time over a four-month period.

If you do so, EU roaming rates will apply. You are then better off buying local prepaid SIM cards in other EU nations.

Belgium Mobile Speeds, Mobile Internet Prices & Insights

Flag of Belgium

The telecommunications market is rather healthy in most European nations.

I say most because some countries in Europe are still dealing with monopolies or duopolies.

In Western Europe, mobile data rates are relatively low, even though they can be expensive travel destinations.

Can the same be said for Belgium?

The average price for 1 GB of data in Belgium is 5.28 USD, above the European average of 2.50 USD. The world average is 4.07 USD.

However, what surprises me is that the average cost of 1 GB of data has only gone up over the years.

Compared to 2019's figures, the price for 1 GB of data has increased by 69.2%

This while the Western European average over the same period went down by 55.7%.

Okay, mobile data rates are not the cheapest in Belgium – do you at least get fast download speeds? Yes.

Belgium's average mobile download speed is around 70 Mbps.

While the cost of mobile data has risen, the download speeds have also improved in Belgium.

So, which mobile operator is the fastest? That would be Telenet (that owns BASE).

But it does not offer prepaid services (if we exclude BASE for now), so we have to ignore them.

If we stick to just the Main Operators offering prepaid, the fastest would be BASE, with a speed score of 68.50. Followed by Proximus (59.86) and Orange Belgium (45.64).

If you wonder how Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) can have faster speeds than the Main Operators on the same networks, then I have an answer.

It is because MVNOs have fewer customers and are, most likely, doing speed tests in areas where the speeds are high, resulting in better average results.

Which Belgian city has the fastest mobile speeds? That would be Ghent, with a median download speed of 72.56 Mbps. Followed by Antwerp (67.02 Mbps) and Brussels (59.66 Mbps – capital city)/Liège (59.65 Mbps).

Let's see which network has the best overall performance. That would be Proximus, followed by Orange Belgium. BASE (Telenet) is/are only good in terms of download speeds at the moment.

While 5G NR is still non-existent in Belgium, it should be a game-changer for the Belgian telecom market.

I am, however, wondering whether the mobile operators will see this as another reason to increase prices or to finally let them drop. We will see.

With reasonably priced SIM card prices, decent costs for mobile data, fast mobile download speeds, and excellent nationwide coverage, you should have a smooth network experience in Belgium.

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Currency in Belgium

50 Euro Bank Note
© European Central Bank (ECB)

Belgium uses the Euro with the symbol EUR (which will be used throughout this guide). However, prices are often listed as just . For example, 25 EUR = €25. For reference, below are some exchange rates between EUR and USD (US Dollars):

  • 1 EUR = 1.20 USD
  • 10 EUR = 12.15 USD
  • 100 EUR = 121.55 USD

For up-to-date EUR:USD exchange rates, search EUR to USD on Google, or replace USD with the currency you use.

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Belgian Prepaid SIM Cards

Below, I will guide you through Proximus, Orange Belgium, BASE & Carrefour Mobile Belgium, Lycamobile Belgium & Vectone Mobile Belgium, and go through:

  • Background information
  • Mobile coverage
  • SIM card types, prices, and availability
  • Recharge / top-up information
  • Combo plans, data plans, and special packs (such as social media packs) 

With that being said, let’s see what Belgium has to offer to us.

Proximus

Proximus Logo
© Proximus

Proximus is the largest mobile operator in Belgium. It is also, overall, the best mobile operator in the country.

Proximus uses the following frequencies:

  • 2G: 900 MHz & 1800 MHz
  • 3G: 900 MHz & 2100 MHz
  • 4G/LTE: 800 MHz (Band 20), 1800 MHz (Band 3) & 2600 MHz (Band 7)
  • 5G NR: 2100 MHz (n1) & 3500 MHz (n78)

This is what you will learn about Proximus:

* Coverage
* How to Get a Proximus SIM Card & SIM Card Price
* Topping Up Options & Methods + Balance Check
* Plans & Packages
* APN/Internet Settings

Click on the links above to jump to the section you are interested in.

Jump to: Orange | BASE | Carrefour Mobile | Lycamobile | Vectone Mobile

Coverage – Proximus

Proximus has the best network in Belgium.

This is also confirmed by the Belgium Opensignal Mobile Experience Awards of March 2021.

Below is Proximus' coverage map:

SIM Card Price – Proximus

You can buy a Proximus SIM card, called Pay&Go, for 10 EUR with 20 EUR credit and 3 GB of data in Proximus stores and various other establishments, including grocery stores, electronic shops, and kiosks.

Proximus SIM cards get deactivated if there has been no activity for 12 months (no top-up for 12 months or no activity for 12 months).

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Top-Up, Recharge & Balance Check – Proximus

Proximus top-up vouchers are sold in Proximus stores and many other establishments, such as kiosks, gas stations, and grocery stores.

The following top-up options are available:

Top-UpValidity
5 EUR1 month
10 EUR => 12 months

Do note that Proximus top-ups act like plans by giving you bonus data, minutes, and SMS.

To top up your Proximus SIM card, dial #121*VoucherCode#.

For example, if your voucher code is 123456, you would dial #121*123456#.

You can also recharge online with (international) debit and credit cards.

Dial #120# or #121# to check your Proximus balance.

You can also top up and check your balance on the MyProximus app (Android/iOS).

MyProximus App
© Proximus

Packages, Plans, Bundles & Offers – Proximus

Proximus has two data-featured plans: Herlaadbeurten/Recharge (combo) & Data Bundles (as the name implies).

Herlaadbeurt/Recharge – Proximus

The Herlaadbeurten/Rechargez are top-ups offering bonus data, minutes, and SMS.

They get automatically activated by topping up the corresponding amount:

PriceCreditBonus Data 1Bonus Local MinutesBonus Local SMSCredit ValidityBonus Validity
10 EUR10 EUR100 MB10 minutes500 SMS12 months31 days
15 EUR15 EUR250 MB20 minutesUnlimited12 months31 days
25 EUR25 EUR500 MB50 minutesUnlimited12 months31 days
Data Bundles – Proximus

The Data bundles are data-only plans.

The following Data Bundles are available:

PriceDataValidityActivation Code
6 EUR500 MB31 days#151*1#
12 EUR3 GB31 days#152*1#
EU Roaming – Proximus

You can use your allowances in the following EU/EEA member states without paying roaming fees:

  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Réunion
  • Romania
  • Saint Barthélemy
  • Saint Martin
  • San Marino
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom

APN/Internet Settings – Proximus

  • Name: Proximus Internet
  • APN: internet.proximus.be
  • MCC: 206
  • MNC: 01
  • APN Type: default,supl

Note: leave anything not mentioned above untouched.

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Orange Belgium

Orange Logo
© Orange

Orange Belgium, just Orange, is the second-largest mobile operator in Belgium. Orange, as a company, is active in other countries in Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, and the Middle East.

Orange uses the following frequencies:

  • 2G: 900 MHz & 1800 MHz
  • 3G: 900 MHz & 2100 MHz
  • 4G/LTE: 800 MHz (Band 20), 1800 MHz (Band 3) & 2600 MHz (Band 7)
  • 5G NR: 2100 MHz (n1) & 3500 MHz (n78)

This is what you will learn about Orange:

* Coverage
* How to Get an Orange SIM Card & SIM Card Price
* Topping Up Options & Methods + Balance Check
* Plans & Packages
* APN/Internet Settings

Click on the links above to jump to the section you are interested in.

Jump to: Proximus | BASE | Carrefour Mobile | Lycamobile | Vectone Mobile

Coverage – Orange Belgium

Orange has excellent coverage throughout Belgium.

4G/LTE is available almost everywhere in the country.

Below is Orange's coverage map:

SIM Card Price – Orange Belgium

You can buy an Orange SIM card, called Tempo Easy or Tempo Giga, for 15 EUR in Orange stores and various other establishments, including grocery stores, electronic shops, and kiosks.

You get the following starter perks with Tempo Easy and Tempo Giga SIM cards:

  • Tempo Easy: up to 150 MB, 150 local minutes, or local SMS
  • Tempo Giga: 15 EUR credit, 4 GB of data, unlimited on-net minutes, and 4000 local SMS

Recommendation: get Tempo Giga and avoid Tempo Easy (unless you hate money).

You can often get the Tempo Giga SIM card for 10 EUR instead of 15 EUR (with the same perks) online. However, it can only be shipped to Belgian addresses.

It is also possible to get Orange SIM cards at Brussels Airport (Luchthaven Brussel-Nationaal/Aéroport de Bruxelles-National).

Orange SIM cards get deactivated if there has been no activity for 12 months (no top-up for 12 months or no activity for 12 months).

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Top-Up, Recharge & Balance Check – Orange Belgium

Orange top-up vouchers are sold in Orange stores and many other establishments, such as kiosks, gas stations, and grocery stores.

The following top-up options are available:

Top-UpValidity
5 EUR12 months
10 EUR12 months
15 EUR12 months
20 EUR12 months
50 EUR12 months

Do note that Orange top-ups act like plans by giving you bonus data, minutes, and SMS.

To top up your Orange SIM card, dial #125*VoucherCode#.

For example, if your voucher code is 123456, you would dial #121*123456#.

You can also recharge online with debit and credit cards. However, only Belgian cards are accepted.

Dial #123*1# to check your Orange balance.

You can also top up and check your balance on the My Orange BE app (Android/iOS).

My Orange BE (Belgium) App
© Orange Belgium

Packages, Plans, Bundles & Offers – Orange Belgium

Orange has three data-featured plans:

Click on the links above to jump to the plan you are interested in.

Tempo Easy – Orange Belgium

The Tempo Easy plans are not actual bundles. Instead, you get credit and will be charged 0.10 EUR/MB, 0.10 EUR/min & 0.10 EUR/SMS.

Below is an overview of the maximum data, minutes, and SMS you can get per recharge:

PriceDataLocal/EU Minutes 1Local/EU SMS 1Validity
10 EUR100 MB100 minutes100 SMS31 days
15 EUR150 MB150 minutes150 SMS31 days
20 EUR200 MB200 minutes200 SMS31 days
50 EUR500 MB500 minutes500 SMS31 days

1 local use and to call/SMS other EU/EEA member states when in other EU/EEA member states and back to Belgium (NOT from Belgium to other EU/EEA member states)

Tempo Giga – Orange Belgium

The Tempo Giga plans are top-ups offering bonus data, minutes, and SMS.

They get automatically activated by topping up the corresponding amount:

PriceCreditBonus Data 1Bonus On-Net Minutes 3Bonus Local SMSCredit ValidityBonus Validity
10 EUR10 EUR1 GBN/A500 SMS12 months31 days
15 EUR15 EUR4 GB/8 GB 1Unlimited / N/A 24000 SMS / N/A 212 months31 days
20 EUR20 EUR7 GBUnlimited5000 SMS12 months31 days
50 EUR50 EUR10 GB Unlimited10 000 SMS12 months31 days

1 4 GB with unlimited on-net minutes and 4000 local SMS or 8 GB with no other extras
2 unlimited on-net minutes and 4000 local SMS with 4 GB or only 8 GB
3 to Tempo Giga only

Data Bundles – Orange Belgium

The Data Bundles are data-only plans.

The following Data Bundles are available, which can be activated online or on the My Orange BE app:

PriceDataValidity
2 EUR1 GB24 hours
5 EUR1.5 GB7 days
6 EUR500 MB31 days
10 EUR1 GB31 days
EU Roaming – Orange Belgium

APN/Internet Settings – Orange Belgium

  • Name: Orange Internet
  • APN: mworld.be

Note: leave anything not mentioned above untouched.

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BASE

BASE Belgium Logo
© BASE

BASE, by Telenet, is the smallest mobile network operator in Belgium. It is, however, the fastest mobile operator in the country.

BASE uses the following frequencies:

  • 2G: 900 MHz & 1800 MHz
  • 3G: 900 MHz & 2100 MHz
  • 4G/LTE: 800 MHz (Band 20), 1800 MHz (Band 3) & 2600 MHz (Band 7)
  • 5G NR: 2100 MHz (n1) & 3500 MHz (n78)

This is what you will learn about BASE:

* Coverage
* How to Get a BASE SIM Card & SIM Card Price
* Topping Up Options & Methods + Balance Check
* Plans & Packages
* APN/Internet Settings

Click on the links above to jump to the section you are interested in.

Jump to: Proximus | Orange | Carrefour Mobile | Lycamobile | Vectone Mobile

Coverage – BASE

BASE has extensive coverage throughout Belgium.

Below is BASE's coverage map:

SIM Card Price – BASE

You can buy a BASE SIM card for 10 EUR with 10 EUR credit in BASE stores and various other establishments, including grocery stores, electronic shops, and kiosks.

It is also possible to get BASE SIM cards at Brussels Airport (Luchthaven Brussel-Nationaal/Aéroport de Bruxelles-National).

BASE SIM cards get deactivated if there has been no activity for 12 months (no top-up for 12 months or no activity for 12 months).

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Top-Up, Recharge & Balance Check – BASE

BASE top-up vouchers are sold in BASE stores and many other establishments, such as kiosks, gas stations, and grocery stores.

Do note that BASE top-ups act like plans by giving you bonus data, minutes, and SMS.

To top up your BASE SIM card, text TOPUP VoucherCode to 1914.

For example, if your voucher code is 123456, you text TOPUP 123456 to 1914.

You can also recharge online with (international) debit and credit cards.

Text COLSULT to 1914 to check your BASE balance.

You can also top up and check your balance on the My BASE app (Android/iOS).

My BASE Belgium App
© BASE

Packages, Plans, Bundles & Offers – BASE

BASE has two data-featured plans: Herlaadbeurt/Recharge (combo) & Extra Data (as the name implies).

Herlaadbeurt/Recharge – BASE

The Herlaadbeurten/Rechargez are top-ups offering bonus data, minutes, and SMS.

They get automatically activated by topping up the corresponding amount:

PriceCreditBonus DataBonus On-Net MinutesBonus Local SMSCredit ValidityBonus Validity
10 EUR10 EUR1 GBUnlimited250 SMS12 months30 days
15 EUR15 EUR4 GBUnlimited1000 SMS12 months30 days
25 EUR25 EUR8 GBUnlimited5000 SMS12 months30 days
Extra Data – BASE

The Extra Data Bundles are data-only plans.

You can activate Extra Data by texting the Activation Code to 1914:

PriceDataValidityActivation Code
10 EUR2 GB30 daysSURF10
15 EUR4 GB30 daysSURF15
25 EUR8 GB30 daysSURF25
EU Roaming – BASE

You can use your allowances in the following EU/EEA member states without paying roaming fees:

  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Réunion
  • Romania
  • San Marino
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom

APN/Internet Settings – BASE

  • Name: BASE Internet
  • APN: gprs.base.be
  • Username: base
  • Password: base
  • MCC: 206
  • MNC: 20
  • Authentication Type: PAP
  • APN Type: default,supl

Note: leave anything not mentioned above untouched.

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Carrefour Mobile Belgium

Carrefour Mobile Logo
© Carrefour Mobile

Carrefour Mobile Belgium, just Carrefour Mobile, is the mobile brand by the hypermarket chain Carrefour. It is a BASE MVNO.

To learn about Carrefour Mobile's frequencies, jump back to BASE's frequencies.

This is what you will learn about Carrefour Mobile:

* Coverage
* How to Get a Carrefour Mobile SIM Card & SIM Card Price
* Topping Up Options & Methods + Balance Check
* Plans & Packages
* APN/Internet Settings

Click on the links above to jump to the section you are interested in.

Jump to: Proximus | Orange | BASE | Lycamobile | Vectone Mobile

Coverage – Carrefour Mobile Belgium

Carrefour Mobile is a BASE MVNO, meaning Carrefour Mobile uses the BASE network and does not have its own mobile infrastructure.

However, MVNOs, like Carrefour Mobile, do not get full access to the Base network. Instead, they get limited access with worse coverage and restricted speeds.

To find out what to expect in terms of coverage with Carrefour Mobile, jump to the Lycamobile Belgium Coverage section.

Worry not; there will be a link to jump straight back to where you were after seeing Lycamobile's/BASE's coverage.

SIM Card Price – Carrefour Mobile Belgium

You can buy a Carrefour Mobile SIM card for 10 EUR with 10 EUR credit in Carrefour stores (Hyper, Market & Express).

It is often possible to get a Carrefour Mobile SIM card for 8 EUR instead of 10 EUR (still with 10 EUR credit) online.

However, the SIM card can only be shipped to Belgian addresses.

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Top-Up, Recharge & Balance Check – Carrefour Mobile Belgium

Carrefour Mobile top-up vouchers, in values between 4 EUR to 48 EUR, are sold in Carrefour stores (Hyper, Market & Express).

The following top-up options are available:

  • 4 EUR
  • 6 EUR
  • 12 EUR
  • 24 EUR
  • 36 EUR
  • 48 EUR
Carrefour Mobile Belgium Top Ups
© Carrefour Mobile Belgium

To top up your Carrefour Mobile SIM card, text the Voucher Code to 1988 or call 1988, select option 1, and follow the instructions.

For example, if your voucher code is 123456, you would text 123456 to 1988.

You can also recharge online with (select international) debit and credit cards from Belgium, France, Germany & the Netherlands.

Text EURO to 1988 to check your Carrefour Mobile balance.

Packages, Plans, Bundles & Offers – Carrefour Mobile Belgium

Carrefour Mobile has two data-featured plans: Bonus Mobile Bundles (combo) & Data Bundles (as the name implies).

Bonus Mobile – Carrefour Mobile Belgium
Carrefour Mobile Belgium Our Bundles
© Carrefour Mobile Belgium

The Bonus Mobile Bundles are combo plans with data, minutes, and SMS.

Bonus Mobile Bundles can be activated by texting the Activation Code to 1988:

PricePlanDataLocal/EU Minutes 1Local/EU SMS 1ValidityActivation CodeDeactivation Code
6 EURBonus Mobile 61 GB60 minutes50 SMS30 daysBONUSMOBILE6STOP BONUSMOBILE6
9 EURBonus Mobile 92 GB120 minutes50 SMS30 daysBONUSMOBILE9STOP BONUSMOBILE9
12 EURBonus Mobile 123 GB180 minutes50 SMS30 daysBONUSMOBILE12STOP BONUSMOBILE12
29 EURUnlimited 293 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS30 daysUNLIMITEDSTOP UNLIMITED

1 local use and to call/SMS other EU/EEA member states when in other EU/EEA member states and back to Belgium (NOT from Belgium to other EU/EEA member states)

Bonus Mobile Bundles auto-renew. To disable auto-renewal, text the Deactivation Code to 1988.

Data Bundles – Carrefour Mobile Belgium
Carrefour Mobile Belgium Data Bundles
© Carrefour Mobile Belgium

The Data Bundles are data-only plans.

Data Bundles can be activated by texting the Activation Code to 1988.

PriceDataValidityActivation CodeDeactivation Code
3 EUR200 MB30 daysDATA3STOP DATA3
5 EUR500 MB30 daysDATA5STOP DATA5
7 EUR1 GB30 daysDATA7STOP DATA7
10 EUR2 GB30 daysDATA10STOP DATA10
20 EUR5 GB30 daysDATA20STOP DATA20

Data Bundles auto-renew. To disable auto-renewal, text the Deactivation Code to 1988.

EU Roaming – Carrefour Mobile Belgium

You can use your allowances in the following EU/EEA member states without paying roaming fees:

  • Monaco
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Reunion
  • Romania
  • San Marino
  • Sark
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom
  • Vatican City

APN/Internet Settings – Carrefour Mobile Belgium

  • Name: Mobile Internet
  • APN: carrefourdata.be
  • Username: carrefour
  • Password: carrefour
  • MCC: 206
  • MNC: 20

Note: leave anything not mentioned above untouched.

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Lycamobile Belgium

Lycamobile Logo
© Lycamobile

Lycamobile Belgium, just Lycamobile, is a BASE MVNO. Lycamobile, as a brand, is known for offering low rates for international calls abroad, and it is active in various other European countries.

To learn about Lycamobile's frequencies, jump back to BASE's frequencies.

This is what you will learn about Lycamobile:

* Coverage
* How to Get a Lycamobile SIM Card & SIM Card Price
* Topping Up Options & Methods + Balance Check
* Plans & Packages
* APN/Internet Settings

Click on the links above to jump to the section you are interested in.

Jump to: Proximus | Orange | BASE | Carrefour Mobile | Vectone Mobile

Coverage – Lycamobile Belgium

Lycamobile is a BASE MVNO, meaning Lycamobile uses the BASE network and does not have its own mobile infrastructure.

Lycamobile has limited access to the BASE network.

Below is Lycamobile's coverage map:

SIM Card Price – Lycamobile Belgium

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Top-Up, Recharge & Balance Check – Lycamobile Belgium

Lycamobile top-up vouchers are sold in various stores, including grocery stores, throughout Belgium.

The following top-up options are available:

  • 10 EUR
  • 20 EUR

To top up your Lycamobile SIM card, dial *103*VoucherCode# or call 1966 and follow the instructions.

For example, if your voucher code is 123456, you would dial *103*123456#.

You can also recharge online with (international) debit and credit cards.

Text BAL to 1966 or dial *103# to check your Lycamobile balance.

Although Lycamobile has apps (Android/iOS), they have performance issues.

Personally, its Android app has worked well for me, but many other users have problems with it to this day.

Lycamobile App
© Lycamobile

Packages, Plans, Bundles & Offers – Lycamobile Belgium

Lycamobile has four data-featured plans:

National Bundles – Lycamobile Belgium

The National Bundles are combo plans with data, minutes, and SMS.

Although the name suggests that these bundles can only be used in Belgium, they can also be used in other EU/EEA member states without being charged roaming rates.

The following National Bundles are available:

PricePlanDataEU/EEA Roaming DataOn-Net MinutesLocal/EU Minutes 1Local/EU SMS 1ValidityActivation Code
10 EURBelgium Plan S1 GB1 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes400 minutes500 SMS30 days*139*2001#
15 EURBelgium Plan Transfer4 GB4 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes750 minutes750 SMS30 days*139*2011#
20 EURBelgium Plan M 10 GB9.5 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS30 days*139*2002#
30 EURBelgium Plan XL20 GB16 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS30 days*139*2007#
40 EURBelgium Plan Unlimited“Unlimited”, 35 GB 221.5 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS30 days*139*2040#

1 local use and to call/SMS other EU/EEA member states when in other EU/EEA member states and back to Belgium (NOT from Belgium to other EU/EEA member states)
2 unlimited data @ 512 Kbps after exhausting your allowance

International Bundles – Lycamobile Belgium

The International Bundles are combo plans with data, minutes, and SMS.

You also get the choice for international minutes to select destinations inside and outside the EU/EEA.

Each of these bundles features various perks, which can differ a lot from plan to plan.

Lycamobile Belgium International Bundles

Because of this, it is a challenge to list all the plans and packages in an easy-to-understand overview.

You can learn more about them on the International Bundles page.

These International Bundles are available:

PricePlanDataEU/EEA Roaming DataOn-Net MinutesOn-Net SMSValidityActivation Code
15 EURInternational MIX S2 GB2 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS30 days*139*4004#
25 EURInternational MIX M5 GB5 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS30 days*139*4005#
29 EURAll In One S8 GB8 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS30 days*139*2004#
45 EURAll In One L20 GB20 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS30 days*139*2006#
Long Term Bundles – Lycamobile Belgium

The Long Term Bundles are combo plans withdata, minutes, and SMS with validity from 3 months to 12 months.

PricePlanDataEU/EEA Roaming DataOn-Net MinutesLocal/EU Minutes 1Local/EU SMS 1Validity
35 EURMonthly Plan Star 3 Months4 GB/30 days (12 GB)4 GB/30 days (12 GB)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (9000 minutes)750 minutes/30 days (2250 minutes)750 SMS/30 days (2250 SMS)3 months
46 EURMonthly Plan M 3 Months10 GB/30 days (30 GB)7 GB/30 days (21 GB)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (9000 minutes)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (9000 minutes)“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS/30 days (9000 SMS)3 months
66 EURMonthly Plan Star 6 Months4 GB/30 days (24 GB)4 GB/30 days (24 GB)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (18 000 minutes) 750 minutes/30 days (4500 minutes)750 SMS/30 days (4500 SMS)6 months
87 EURMonthly Plan M 6 Months10 GB/30 days (60 GB)7 GB/30 days (42 GB)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (18 000 minutes) “Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (18 000 minutes) “Unlimited”, 3000 SMS/30 days (18 000 SMS) 6 months
92 EURMonthly Plan Unlimited 3 Months“Unlimited”, 35 GB/30 days (105 GB) 219 GB/30 days (57 GB)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (9000 minutes)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (9000 minutes)“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS/30 days (9000 SMS)3 months
123 EURMonthly Plan Star 12 Months4 GB/30 days (48 GB)4 GB/30 days (48 GB)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (36 000 minutes)750 minutes/30 days (9000 minutes)750 SMS/30 days (9000 SMS)12 months
164 EURMonthly Plan M 12 Months10 GB/30 days (120 GB)7 GB/30 days (84 GB)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (36 000 minutes)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (36 000 minutes)“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS/30 days (36 000 SMS)12 months
174 EURMonthly Plan Unlimited 6 Months“Unlimited”, 35 GB/30 days (210 GB) 219 GB/30 days (114 GB)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (18 000 minutes) “Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (18 000 minutes) “Unlimited”, 3000 SMS/30 days (18 000 SMS) 6 months
327 EURMonthly Plan Unlimited 12 Months “Unlimited”, 35 GB/30 days (420 GB) 219 GB/30 days (228 GB)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (36 000 minutes)“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes/30 days (36 000 minutes)“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS/30 days (36 000 SMS)12 months

1 local use and to call/SMS other EU/EEA member states when in other EU/EEA member states and back to Belgium (NOT from Belgium to other EU/EEA member states)
2 unlimited data @ 512 Kbps after exhausting your allowance

Data Bundles – Lycamobile Belgium

The Data Bundles are data-only plans.

The following Data Bundles are available:

PricePlanDataEU/EEA Roaming DataValidityActivation Code
5 EURData 5600 MB600 MB30 days*139*3005#
10 EURData 102 GB2 GB30 days*139*3010#
20 EURData 205 GB5 GB30 days*139*3020#
25 EURData 2510 GB10 GB30 days*139*3025#
EU Roaming – Lycamobile Belgium

You can use your allowances in the following EU/EEA member states without paying roaming fees:

  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom

APN/Internet Settings – Lycamobile Belgium

  • Name: Lycamobile
  • APN: data.lycamobile.be
  • Username: lmbe
  • Password: plus

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Vectone Mobile Belgium

Vectone Mobile Logo
© Vectone Mobile

Vectone Mobile Belgium, just Vectone Mobile, is a BASE MVNO. Vectone Mobile, as a company, is active in Austria, Belgium, France, the Netherlands & the United Kingdom.

To learn about Carrefour Mobile's frequencies, jump back to BASE's frequencies.

This is what you will learn about Vectone Mobile:

* Coverage
* How to Get a Vectone Mobile SIM Card & SIM Card Price
* Topping Up Options & Methods + Balance Check
* Plans & Packages
* APN/Internet Settings

Click on the links above to jump to the section you are interested in.

Jump to: Proximus | Orange | BASE | Carrefour Mobile | Lycamobile

Coverage – Vectone Mobile Belgium

Vectone Mobile is a BASE MVNO, meaning Vectone Mobile uses the BASE network and does not have its own mobile infrastructure.

However, MVNOs, like Vectone Mobile, do not get full access to the Base network. Instead, they get limited access with worse coverage and restricted speeds.

To find out what to expect in terms of coverage with Vectone Mobile, jump to the Lycamobile Belgium Coverage section.

Worry not; there will be a link to jump straight back to where you were after seeing Lycamobile's/BASE's coverage.

SIM Card Price – Vectone Mobile Belgium

You can get a Vectone Mobile SIM card for free at various electronic shops, ethnic stores, and mobile shops throughout Belgium. However, you are often required to top-up on the spot or purchase a plan.

Dial *105# to see your Vectone Mobile phone number.

Vectone Mobile SIM cards get deactivated if there has been no activity for 180 days (no top-up for 180 days or no activity for 180 days).

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Top-Up, Recharge & Balance Check – Vectone Mobile Belgium

Vectone Mobile top-up vouchers are sold in various stores, including grocery stores, throughout Belgium.

Vectone Mobile top-ups have unlimited validity if you perform an action (use data, make a call, or send an SMS) once every 180 days.

To top up your Vectone Mobile SIM card, dial *101*VoucherCode# or call 121 and follow the instructions.

For example, if your voucher code is 123456, you would dial *101*123456#.

You can also recharge online with (international) debit and credit cards.

Dial *102# to check your Vectone Mobile balance.

Packages, Plans, Bundles & Offers – Vectone Mobile Belgium

Vectone Mobile has four data-featured plans:

Click on the links above to jump to the plan you are interested in.

Belgium Bundles – Vectone Mobile Belgium

The Belgium Bundles are combo plans with data, minutes, and SMS.

Although the name suggests that these bundles can only be used in Belgium, they can also be used in other EU/EEA member states without being charged roaming rates.

The following Belgium Bundles are available:

PriceDataLocal/EU Minutes 1Local/EU SMS 1ValidityActivation Code
1 EUR33 MB33 minutes33 SMS30 days*6013#
2.90 EUR250 MB50 minutes50 SMS30 days*6099#
5 EUR500 MB100 minutes100 SMS30 days*6014#
7.90 EUR1 GB100 minutes100 SMS30 days*6100#
10 EUR2 GB400 minutes 2500 SMS30 days*6006#
15 EUR2 GB600 minutes600 SMS30 days*6027#
20 EUR4 GB750 minutes 2“Unlimited”, 50 SMS/day (1500 SMS)30 days*6028#
25 EUR5 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes“Unlimited”, 50 SMS/day (1500 SMS)30 days*6029#

1 local use and to call/SMS other EU/EEA member states when in other EU/EEA member states and back to Belgium (NOT from Belgium to other EU/EEA member states)
2 “unlimited” on-net minutes (3000 minutes)

International/All In One Bundles – Vectone Mobile Belgium

The International/All In One Bundles are combo plans with data, minutes, and SMS.

These International/All In One Bundles are available:

PriceDataLocal/EU/International Minutes 1, 2Local/EU SMS 1ValidityActivation Code
5 EUR500 MB100 minutes100 SMS30 days*6031#
7.90 EUR1 GB250 minutes200 SMS30 days*6101#
10 EUR2 GB300 minutes250 SMS30 days*6026#
12 EUR1 GB600 minutes 4“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS 530 days*6083#
15.90 EUR2 GB500 minutes500 SMS30 days*6025#
20 EUR3 GB1000 minutes 4“Unlimited”, 3000 SMS 530 days*6072#
20 EUR4 GB600 minutes600 SMS30 days*6024#
29 EUR8 GB“Unlimited”, 3000 minutes 3Unlimited, 3000 SMS30 days*6023#
39 EUR15 GBUnlimited, 3000 minutesUnlimited, 3000 SMS30 days*6022#
45 EUR20 GBUnlimited, 3000 minutesUnlimited, 3000 SMS30 days*6021#

1 local use and to call/SMS other EU/EEA member states when in other EU/EEA member states and back to Belgium (NOT from Belgium to other EU/EEA member states)
2 see eligible destinations below
3 1000 international minutes
4 EU minutes only
5 on-net SMS only

My Country Bundles – Vectone Mobile Belgium

The My Country Bundles are combo plans with data, minutes, and SMS.

Some also feature international minutes and SMS to EU countries or countries outside of the EU (such as Bangladesh, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria & Pakistan).

At the time of writing, there are 16 different international bundles. Each of these bundles features various perks, which can differ a lot from another plan.

Vectone Mobile Belgium My Country Bundles

Because of this, it is a challenge to list all the plans and packages in an easy-to-understand overview.

For more information about the My Country Bundles, head to the My Country Bundles page.

Data Bundles – Vectone Mobile Belgium

The Data Bundles are data-only plans.

The following Data Bundles are available:

PriceDataValidityActivation Code
5 EUR1 GB30 days*6008#
7.50 EUR2 GB30 days*6018#
10 EUR3 GB30 days*6009#
15 EUR5 GB30 days*6010#
25 EUR10 GB30 days*6020#
EU Roaming – Vectone Mobile Belgium

You can use your allowances in the following EU/EEA member states without paying roaming fees:

  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Réunion
  • Romania
  • San Marino
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom

APN/Internet Settings – Vectone Mobile Belgium

  • Name: Vectone
  • APN: webbe.mundio.com

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Other Ways to Stay Connected When Traveling in Belgium

The cheapest way to get online in Serbia is to get a SIM card from one of the mobile operators unless you have a EU/EEA SIM card and can roam for free in Belgium.

However, local SIM cards are not your only method of staying online when abroad.

Below are some other options to consider.

International Roaming

Roaming is the most convenient way to stay connected. You do not have to buy a new SIM card, and people at home can easily reach you on your current phone number.

However, roaming has many downsides as well. It can be insanely expensive.

Learn more about roaming.

International/Travel SIM Cards

International SIM cards or travel SIM cards are SIM cards made for travelers. The rates charged are often lower than international roaming, but they are almost always higher than what local operators will charge you.

Get to know more about international and travel SIM cards.

Mobile Hotspots (Pocket WIFI)

Mobile hotspots, or pocket WIFI, are small devices that connect to the local operators of the country you are visiting.

Mobile hotspots are ideal for families or those traveling in a large group, as they allow you to connect multiple devices to one hotspot without the need of each traveler having to buy a SIM card.

You can either buy a mobile hotspot or rent one.

Free WIFI Networks

Nothing beats free, right? Paying nothing to stay connected may be the best option.

Until you remember that free hotspots are not available everywhere (especially when on the move) and that free connections are often extremely slow.

Just make sure to protect your internet traffic with a VPN when connected to open WIFI connections. It is worth it.

The Preferred Way to Stay Connected When Traveling in Belgium

Getting a SIM card from either Proximus or BASE would do you well when considering a Belgian SIM card.

Local Prepaid SIM Cards in Other European Countries

Visiting other countries in Europe? Check out my Europe SIM card buying guide, covering other European nations, such as:

Going to other places around the world? Then you should also check out my sim card buying guides for other destinations around the world.

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