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3 Best Prepaid SIM Cards in Sierra Leone: Buying Guide

Sierra Leone – meaning Roaring Mountains, is a country in Western Africa.

It is a fascinating country known for having rice in every meal and having plenty of Giant Snails (also known as Ghana/African Snail) roaming around.

There are plenty of beaches to chill at, including Bureh Beach and River No 2 Beach.

You can also go to the Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary and see plenty of, you guessed it, chimpanzees.

Or explore remote islands, such as the Banana Islands or Bunce Island.

While the country may not be as well known as other African nations, such as Egypt, Morocco & South Africa, it can be a relaxing destination.

But before you become an influencer and make Sierra Leone as popular as France (most visited country by international tourist arrivals), be aware that posting photos and video when roaming can be pricey.

International roaming can be expensive, so you better get yourself a local SIM card to enjoy local rates like a Sierra Leonean one.

As luck would have it, SIM cards in Sierra Leone are inexpensive – you can even get them for free!

You can get a Sierra Leonean SIM card for 20 000 SLL (1.80 USD) from Africell and Orange (formerly Airtel) in their stores. Qcell even hands out SIM cards for free, 1000 SLL (0.10 USD), or 3000 SLL (0.30 USD). SIM cards are also available at Freetown/Lungi Airport.

While I can understand that large numbers, like 20 000 SLL, look intimidating, it is practically nothing when converted into… eh… valuable currencies (do not get mad at me for saying this, Sierra Leoneans ;) )

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

Buying a SIM Card in Sierra Leone Guide (logos of Orange, Africell & Qcell)

Original publication: 15th of May 2020. Last updated: 10th of November 2021.


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Can You Buy a SIM Card in Sierra Leone?

Anyone living or visiting Sierra Leone can buy a Sierra Leonean SIM card without restrictions.

You need a phone that supports the frequencies used in the country (preferably all of them to have the most optimal experience while in Sierra Leone).

Moreover, you need to have a SIM-lock-free device.

Where Can You Buy a SIM Card in Sierra Leone?

You can get a Sierra Leonean SIM card in Africell, Orange (formerly Airtel) & QCell stores. It is also possible to get SIM cards at Freetown/Lungi International Airport.

You can expect to pay the the following for Sierra Leonean SIM cards:

  • Africell Sierra Leone: 20 000 SLL
  • Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Sierra Leone): 20 000 SLL
  • Qcell Sierra Leone: free, 1000 SLL, OR 3000 SLL (three options with different starter perks)
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Can You Use Your Phone in Sierra Leone?

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

Officially, you also have Sierratel with a CDMA network. But its coverage is embarrassing, so I will not even mention them again throughout this guide.

Traditional European frequencies are used in Sierra Leone, which are mostly used in ITU Regions 1 and 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 and 3), you should not experience any issues with using your phone in Sierra Leone.

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 Sierra Leone 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 Sierra Leone (to some extent) – also on 4G/LTE.

Mobile Operators, Networks & Frequencies in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone has three mobile network operators:

  • Africell Sierra Leone
  • Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Sierra Leone)
  • QCell Sierra Leone

The following frequencies are used in Sierra Leone:

  • 2G: 900 MHz
  • 3G: 2100 MHz
  • 4G/LTE: 1800 MHz (Band 3)

You can learn more about frequencies in the video below.

To check whether your phone will work in Sierra Leone, 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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5G NR in Sierra Leone

5G NR is not available in Sierra Leone as of 2021, and the Sierra Leonean government has not made any indications of when it will auction 5G licenses.

Best SIM Card in Sierra Leone

If you want to buy the best SIM card in Sierra Leone, I recommend going with Africell or Orange (formerly Airtel). Africell has the best coverage (especially 3G) nationwide. Orange has the fastest speeds in areas where it has 4G/LTE (mostly Freetown).

SIM Card Registration in Sierra Leone

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

Sierra Leone Mobile Internet Prices & Insights

Flag of Sierra Leone

In Africa, the cost of mobile data can be prohibitive, more than 20 USD per 1 GB.

In other African countries, however, the cost is just a few cents.

So, how expensive is mobile data in Sierra Leone?

On the more expensive side, for regional standards, but still average.

The average price for 1 GB of data in Sierra Leone is 3.26 USD, below the African average of 5.80 USD. The world average is 4.07 USD.

If you look at 2019's figures, the costs have decreased by 64.6%.

Normally, I show you some data about mobile data speeds about the particular country I am covering.

Unfortunately, there is not much aggregate data about mobile download and upload speeds in Sierra Leone.

But Africell Sierra Leone has reported 4G/LTE download speeds between 40 Mbps and 80 Mbps.

Unless you are from the United Arab Emirates or South Korea, where the average mobile download speeds is more than 200 Mbps, these speeds are quite impressive – especially for regional standards.

But remember – these are the best results possible. Your actual speeds wll be sigificantly slower.

In terms of coverage, reception is only good in populated areas.

I hope you will not be anywhere outside of Bo, Freetown, Kenema, Koidu, Makeni, Port Loko & Waterloo because reception outside of these cities, districts, and towns will be basically non-existent.

With (incredibly) cheap SIM cards, low mobile data rates, questionable nationwide coverage, and decent mobile data speeds (when lucky), you should have a fair network experience in Sierra Leone.

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Currency in Sierra Leone

2000 Sierra Leonean Leone Bank Note
© Bank of Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone uses the Sierra Leonean Leone with the symbol SLL (which will be used throughout this article).

However, prices in Sierra Leone are listed in Le. For example, 25 SLL = Le 25.

For reference, below are some exchange rates between SLL and USD (US Dollars – Rounded):

  • 100 SLL = 0.01 USD
  • 1000 SLL = 0.10 USD
  • 10 000 SLL = 0.90 USD
  • 100 000 SLL = 9.20 USD
  • 1 000 000 SLL = 91.60 USD

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

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Sierra Leonean Prepaid SIM Cards

Below, I will guide you through Africell Sierra Leone, Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Sierra Leone) & QCell Sierra Leone, 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 Sierra Leone has to offer to us.


Africell Sierra Leone

Africell Logo
© Africell

Africell Sierra Leone, just Africell, is the largest mobile operator in Sierra Leone.

It is also the mobile operator with the fastest recorded speeds in the country.

Africell Sierra Leone 4G LTE Speed Test Result in Wilberforce
© Africell Sierra Leone

Africell, as a company, is also active in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa), the Gambia & Uganda. Soon, also in Angola.

Africell uses the following frequencies:

  • 2G: 900 MHz
  • 3G: 2100 MHz
  • 4G/LTE: 1800 MHz (Band 3)

This is what you will learn about Africell:

* Coverage
* How to Get an Africell SIM Card & SIM Card Price
* Topping-Up Options & Methods
* Internet Packages
* APN Settings

Coverage – Africell Sierra Leone

Africell has the best coverage in Sierra Leone.

However, its 4G/LTE reception is lacking compared to Orange Sierra Leone's.

Below is Africell's coverage map:

SIM Card Price – Africell Sierra Leone

You can get an Africell SIM card for 20 000 SLL in Africell stores. It is also possible to get Africell SIM cards at Freetown/Lungi International Airport.

It is also possible to get an Africell eSIM for 500 000 SLL with 18 GB of data for 30 days if you buy it new

If you swap your physical SIM card into an eSIM, you will pay 300 000 SLL and get 8.5 GB of data for 30 days.

The eSIM only works with the iPhone XR, iPhone XS & iPhone XS Max.

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Top-Up, Recharge & Balance Check – Africell Sierra Leone

Africell top-up vouchers are sold in Africell stores, kiosks, gas stations & grocery stores.

To top up your Africell SIM card, dial *111# and follow the instructions.

You can also tell the salesperson how much credit you want, your phone number, pay, and they will top up your SIM card with the POS system.

Dial *111# to check your Africell balance.

You can also top up and check your balance on the Africell SL app (Android – no iOS app… yet).

Africell Sierra Leone (SL) App
© Africell Sierra Leone

Packages, Plans, Bundles & Offers – Africell Sierra Leone

Africell has two data-featured plans: High Speed Internet Bundles (as the name implies) & Ya! Unlimited Data (nighttime unlimited data).

All Africell plans can be activated by dialing *113# or calling 113.

High Speed Internet Bundles – Africell Sierra Leone

The High Speed Internet Bundles are, as the name suggests, data-only plans.

Dial *113# or call 113 to activate High Speed Internet Bundles:

PriceDataValidity
400 SLL15 MB1 day 
1350 SLL60 MB1 day 
1990 SLL125 MB7 days 
3990 SLL215 MB1 day 
5990 SLL450 MB7 days 
9000 SLL1.3 GB7 days 
10 000 SLL1 GB30 days 
55 000 SLL2 GB30 days 
120 000 SLL4.5 GB30 days 
200 000 SLL8.5 GB60 days 
400 000 SLL18 GB60 days 
Africell Sierra Leone Internet Bundles
Ya! Unlimited Data – Africell Sierra Leone

The Ya! Unlimited Data plan is an unlimited nighttime data-only bundle valid for one night between 0:00 and 6:00. It costs 1000 SLL and can be activated by dialing *113#:

PriceDataValidityActivation Code
1000 SLLUnlimited1 night (0:00 – 6:00)*113#
Africell Sierre Leone Ya! Unlimited Data
© Africell Sierra Leone

APN/Internet Settings – Africell Sierra Leone

  • Name: africellnet
  • APN: africellnet

Note: leave anything not mentioned above untouched.

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Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Sierra Leone)

Orange Logo
© Orange

Orange Sierra Leone, just Orange, is the second-largest mobile operator in Sierra Leone.

It purchased and merged with Airtel Sierre Leone back in 2016 and changed the brand name to Orange in 2017.

Orange, as a company, is active in other countries in Africa, the Caribbean, Europe & the Middle East.

Orange uses the following frequencies:

  • 2G: 900 MHz
  • 3G: 2100 MHz
  • 4G/LTE: 1800 MHz (Band 3)

This is what you will learn about Orange:

* Coverage
* How to Get an Orange SIM Card & SIM Card Price
* Topping-Up Options & Methods
* Internet Packages
* APN Settings

Coverage – Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Siera Leone)

Orange has the best 4G/LTE coverage in Sierra Leone.

However, it is mainly restricted to Freetown.

Below is Orange's coverage map:

SIM Card Price – Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Siera Leone)

You can get an Orange SIM card for 20 000 SLL in Orange stores. It is also possible to get Orange SIM cards at Freetown/Lungi International Airport.

Dial *266# to see your Orange phone number.

Top-Up, Recharge & Balance Check – Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Siera Leone)

Orange top-up vouchers are sold in Orange stores, kiosks, gas stations & grocery stores.

To top up your Orange SIM card, dial *136*VoucherCode#.

For example, if your voucher code is 123456, you would dial *136*123456#

Orange Top-Up
© Orange

You can also tell the salesperson how much credit you want, your phone number, pay, and they will top up your SIM card with the POS system.

Dial *137# to check your Africell balance.

You can also top up and check your balance on the My Orange Sierra Leone app (Android – no iOS app… yet).

Orange Sierra Leone My Orange Sierra Leone App
© Orange Sierra Leone
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Packages, Plans, Bundles & Offers – Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Siera Leone)

Orange has five data-featured plans:

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

Yo – Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Siera Leone)

The Yo plans are combo bundles with data, minutes & SMS.

Dial *888# to activate Yo:

PricePlanDataOn-Net MinutesOn-Net SMSValidity
1990 SLLYO 199040 MB3 minutes100 SMS1 day
2990 SLLYO 2990100 MB5 minutes200 SMS1 day
4990 SLLYO 4990750 MB8 minutes200 SMS7 days
14 990 SLLYO 14 9901 GB25 minutes400 SMS7 days
44 990 SLLYO 44 9902 GB76 minutes600 SMS30 days
Orange Sierra Leone Yo Plans
Data Bundles (Daily, Weekly & Monthly – formerly More Data) – Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Siera Leone)

The Data Bundles, split into daily, weekly & monthly options, are, as the name suggests, data-only plans.

These Data Bundles are available by dialing *800#:

PriceDataValidity
450 SLL12 MB1 day
1400 SLL45 MB1 day
1990 SLL65 MB7 days
8400 SLL300 MB7 days
4500 SLL150 MB1 day
4990 SLL200 MB1 day
9900 SLL500 MB1 day
15 000 SLL600 MB7 days
29 900 SLL1800 MB7 days
60 000 SLL2500 MB30 days
125 000 SLL6000 MB30 days
200 000 SLL11 000 MB30 days
390 000 SLL24 000 MB30 days
500 000 SLL45 000 MB30 days
Orange Sierra Leone Data Bundles (Daily, Weekly & Monthly)
Unlimited Night Offer – Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Siera Leone)

The Unlimited Night Offers is an unlimited nighttime data-only plan, giving you unlimited data for one night between 0:00 and 5:00. It costs 2000 SLL.

PriceDataValidity
2000 SLLUnlimited Night Offer1 night (0:00 – 5:00)
Data Youth Offer – Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Siera Leone)

The Data Youth Offer are data-only plans for the Youth. It is currently unknown what the maximum age is for this offer.

Moreover, whether this offer can be used for general browsing or select social media apps (Facebook, Twitter & WhatsApp) is also unknown.

These Data Youth Offers are available by dialing *807#:

PriceDataValidity
3000 SLLUnlimited10 minutes
7500 SLLUnlimited30 minutes
14 000 SLLUnlimited1 hour
Orange Sierra Leone Data Youth Offer
FWT (Facebook, WhatsApp & Twitter) – Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Siera Leone)

The FWT (Facebook, WhatsApp & Twitter) is a data-only plan for the aforementioned apps.

These FWT plans are available:

PriceFacebook, Twitter & WhatsApp DataValidity
1500 SLLUnlimited1 day
7500 SLLUnlimited7 days
25 500 SLLUnlimited30 days
Orange Sierra Leone FWT (Facebook, WhatsApp & Twitter) Plans

APN/Internet Settings – Orange Sierra Leone (formerly Airtel Siera Leone)

  • Name: Orange Sierra Leone
  • APN: internet.sl.airtel.com

Note: leave anything not mentioned above untouched.

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QCell Sierra Leone

Qcell Logo
© QCell

QCell Sierra Leone, just QCell, is the smallest operator in Sierra Leone.

It started operating in the country in 2018.

QCell is also active in the Gambia.

QCell uses the following frequencies:

  • 2G: 900 MHz
  • 3G: 2100 MHz
  • 4G/LTE: 1800 MHz (Band 3)

This is what you will learn about QCell:

* Coverage
* How to Get a QCell SIM Card & SIM Card Price
* Topping-Up Options & Methods
* Internet Packages
* APN Settings

Coverage – QCell Sierra Leone

QCell has the worst coverage in Sierra Leona.

But since QCell is technically still a new mobile operator, this is understandable.

4G/LTE is mainly restricted to Freetown.

Below is QCell's coverage map:

SIM Card Price – QCell Sierra Leone

You can get a QCell SIM card, called Q-SIM, for free (with 5 MB), 1000 SLL (Q-SIM Economy), or 3000 SLL (Q-SIM Premium) in QCell stores. It is not possible to get a QCell SIM card at Freetown/Lungi International Airport.

Below is an overview of all the QCell SIM cards with their starter perks:

PriceSIM CardCreditDataOn-Net MinutesLocal Minutes
FreeQ-SIMN/A5 MBN/AN/A
1000 SLLQ-SIM Economy1000 SLL60 MBN/AN/A
3000 SLLQ-SIM Premiun3000 SLL200 MB3 minutes2 minutes
QCell Sierra Leone SIM Card Prices
© QCell Sierra Leone

Dial *160# to see your QCell phone number.

Top-Up & Recharge – QCell Sierra Leone

QCell top-up vouchers are sold in QCell stores, kiosks, gas stations & grocery stores.

You can also tell the salesperson how much credit you want, your phone number, pay, and they will top up your SIM card with the POS system.

Dial *101# to see your QCell balance.

Packages, Plans, Bundles & Offers – QCell Sierra Leone

QCell has five data-featured plans:

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

Tok Boku Boku en Browse Langa – QCell Sierra Leone

The Tok Boku Boku en Browse Langa are combo plans with data, minutes & SMS.

Tok Boku Boku en Browse Langa can be activated by dialing *303# and selecting option 1:

PriceDataOn-Net MinutesOff-Net MinutesLocal SMSValidity
1500 SLL40 MB2 minutesN/A50 SMS1 day
2000 SLL50 MB3 minutesN/A80 SMS1 day
2500 SLL80 MB4 minutesN/A100 SMS3 days
5000 SLL200 MB8 minutesN/A200 SMS7 days
10 000 SLL500 MB15 minutes1 minute500 SMS7 days
15 000 SLL1 GB21 minutes4 minutesUnlimited15 days
20 000 SLL1.5 GB25 minutes8 minutesUnlimited30 days 
QCell Sierra Leone Tok Boku Boku en Browse Langa Banner
© QCell Sierra Leone
Qtok Tae Go – QCell Sierra Leone

The Qtok Tae Go plan is a combo bundle with 50 MB, 3 on-net minutes & 80 local SMS until midnight.

The plan costs 2000 SSL and can be activated by dialing *303*4#.

PriceDataOn-Net MinutesLocal SMSValidity
2000 SLL50 MB3 minutes80 SMSUntil midnight
QCell Sierra Leone QTok
© QCell Sierra Leone
QCell Happy Hour – QCell Sierra Leone

The QCell Happy Hour is a free unlimited data-only plan for between 12:00 and 13:00 on Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays.

Dial *335# to activate QCell Happy Hour.

Data Bundles (+Data Bunya) – QCell Sierra Leone

The Data Bundles are, as the name suggests, data-only plans.

You also get access to Data Bunya if you activate a Data Bundle on Tuesdays, Fridays, or Sundays.

When you activate a plan on a Data Bunya day, your data allowance will be doubled for free.

Dial *303# to activate Data Bundles (with Data Bunya):

PriceDataBunya Days Data 1Validity
200 SLL10 MB20 MB1 day
350 SLL15 MB30 MB1 day
500 SLL25 MB50 MB1 day
1250 SLL60 MB120 MB7 days
2000 SLL100 MB200 MB14 days
3500 SLL200 MB400 MB14 days
6000 SLL500 MB1 GB30 days 
9000 SLL1.5 GB3 GB30 days 
25 000 SLL3 GB6 GB30 days 
40 000 SLL5 GB10 GB60 days 
75 000 SLL10 GB20 GB60 days 

1 if the data bundle is activated on a Tuesday, Friday, or Sunday by dialing *303*1# and selecting option 2

QCell Sierra Leone Data Bunya
© QCell Sierra Leone
Qnight Browsing – QCell Sierra Leone

The Qnight Browsing is an unlimited nighttime data-only bundle valid for one night between 0:00 and 7:00. It costs 1000 SLL and can be activated by dialing *303*3#.

PriceDataValidityActivation Code
1000 SLLUnlimited1 night (0:00 – 7:00)*303*3#
QCell Sierra Leone QNight Browsing Banner
© QCell Sierra Leone

APN/Internet Settings – QCell Sierra Leone

  • Name: QCell
  • APN: qcellnet

Note: leave anything not mentioned above untouched.

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Other Ways to Stay Connected When Traveling in Sierra Leone

Getting a Sierra Leonean SIM card is the best way to stay connected in the country.

However, for some, getting local SIM cards is not an option. For example, if you have a SIM-locked device.

Luckily, there are other ways to get online when in Sierra Leone.

However, these methods may be more expensive than getting a SIM card from the local mobile operators.

International Roaming

International roaming is the most convenient way to stay connected when traveling in other countries because you do not have to buy a new SIM card, have to deal with SIM card registration regulations, nor have multiple phone numbers to deal with.

However, international roaming has proven to be expensive in many cases, especially compared to buying local SIM cards.

That is why many travelers are not fond of international roaming.

International roaming has its pros and cons. However, it is important to know how it works.

This in-depth guide explains it all.

Find out whether your mobile operator has attractive roaming rates for Sierra Leone here.

Using an International SIM Card or Travel SIM Card

International SIM cards are SIM cards made for the traveler in mind.

Using them is often cheaper than international roaming. However, they are almost always more expensive than using a local SIM card.

There are many other advantages and disadvantages of getting international SIM cards, which you can learn about here.

Using a Mobile Hotspot (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.

Using Free WIFI Networks

Using free WIFI connections is the cheapest way to stay connected because they are free.

The major downside of trying to use WIFI hotspots is that you will have to locate them, and they are not available on every corner in Sierra Leone.

Make sure to protect your internet traffic with a VPN so that hackers cannot steal your personal data.


The Preferred Way to Stay Connected When Traveling in Sierra Leone

Getting a SIM card from either Orange or Africell would do you well when considering a Sierra Leonean SIM card.

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