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Which Countries Have SIM Card Registration Laws (Lookup Tool)

SIM card registration laws, policies & regulations – something you probably have to deal with when purchasing local SIM cards.

Unfortunately, many countries requires customers to hand over some personal data before you can use a local prepaid SIM card.

But how many countries (and territories) actually do have SIM card registration laws?

Of the 245 countries/territories with territory-bound mobile operators, 183 countries have SIM card registration laws. 13 will collect biometrics (fingerprints, but some will take a face scan too). 51 countries have no registration requirements.

This will probably change in the coming years because more countries want to introduce SIM card registration policies.

Most countries claim this is for security reasons, such as limiting mobile/online-related crime or limiting/preventing terrorism.

Other governments do this for spying purposes (but you should not worry too much about this in many countries. Most governments have better things to focus on).

I say most… as there are a dozen or so countries where they do spy on you to ensure you do not… well… do anything they do not like.

Anyway, even though SIM card registration is required in most countries, these laws do not prevent travelers from getting local prepaid SIM cards in most cases.

Sure, it may not be as convenient as grabbing a starter pack in a grocery store, popping the SIM card in, and continuing your day.

But you will still be saving money compared to international roaming nevertheless.

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A tray full of European SIM cards I tested in 2022 and have yet to review!

In the majority of countries, you should buy the SIM card in the official stores of the mobile operator, even when third parties (like kiosks) sell them.

Some third parties can register SIM cards from the local population but not travelers.

So save time and head straight to the mobile operator.

However, in some countries, like Australia, you can buy starter packs from many stores and simply register them online.

But I have to say, Australia is somewhat of an exception – most nations do not make it that easy for you.

Brazil, for example, force you to buy a SIM card from a newsstand. Afterward, you can go to the store of the mobile operator for registration.

This is because Brazillian mobile operators cannot sell SIM cards without entering a tax ID, which you will not have as a traveler.

But when you go back with an inactive SIM card, then they can register it.

Yeah… does not make much sense, right? 🥴

But beware – SIM card registration is not always just showing your passport.

In some nations, your visa details will be checked, a photograph of you will be taken, or even biometrics (like fingerprints) also must be taken.

Luckily, only a handful of countries go that far (but those are not the most privacy-friendly countries anyway).

If the idea of handing over your personal details to suspicious governments does not sit well with you, consider a travel eSIMs from Airalo or Nomad or travel/international SIM cards from SimCorner.

All eSIMs from Airalo, except for the Maldives, do not require any KYC (Know Your Customer) checks – the same applies to all SimCorner SIM cards.

I have used various eSIMs from Airalo and Nomad extensively, as well as SIM cards from SimCorner – they work amazingly.

For Nomad eSIMs, use code ADU123 to Phone Travel Wiz for the best deals available. The links to Airalo and SimCorner above will automatically get you the Phone Travel Wiz exclusive offers available – a code is not necessary (although you can use code PHONETRAVELWIZ for SimCorner if you want to be safe).

Okay, if you still want to know the SIM card registration requirements of countries globally, use the tool below.

Note: depending on the device you are using, you may have to scroll right to see additional columns, such as crucial notes where applicable

For your convenience, I will also list the requirements in a large table below (in case the tool above does not load or it looks weird on mobile (may happen on really old smartphnones).

While not the true focus of this page and tool, be aware some countries impose a limit on the number of (prepaid) SIM cards one can have.

For example, in Saudi Arabia, travelers can only register two prepaid SIM cards, while residents can have 10.

Honduras, on the other hand, limits the number of active SIM cards anyone can have to five – even though there are only two mobile operators there.

In many but not all countries, you need to be 16 years or older to purchase and register SIM cards.

And there are some countries with IMEI registration requirements.

Yes, some countries do not make things easy for us 🥲.

CountryRegistration Required?Required ProcessOnline Registration Possible?SIM Card Activation TimeNotes
AbkhaziaUnknown (probably not)UnknownUnknownInstant
AfghanistanYesShow passport at the point ofNoInstant
Åland IslandsNoN/AN/AInstant
AlbaniaYesShow passport (or EU/EEA ID) at the point of sale. Sometimes, your place of stay in Albania will be asked for tooNoInstant
AlgeriaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
American SamoaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
AndorraYesShow passport at the point of saleYes, if purchasing an eSIM through the site of Andorra TelecomInstant if bought in an Andorra Telecom store. Up to two business days when ordering an eSIM on the Andorra Telecom site
AngolaYesShow passport at the point of sale. Your visa details will be checked and verified tooNoInstant
AnguillaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Antigua and BarbudaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
ArgentinaYesShow passport at the official stores of the mobile operator (even if you bought your SIM card from a third party) or online Yes, through Facebook & Twitter (DM “#NOMI” and an agent will give you instructions – can be in English too upon request) Instant if purchased in the official store of the mobile operator. Up to a few minutes when done through social media
ArmeniaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
ArubaNoN/AN/AInstant
Ascension IslandNoN/AN/AInstant
AustraliaYesShow passport at the official stores of the mobile operator (even if you bought your SIM card from a third party) or online. Your place of stay in Australia will also be asked for Yes, on sites or appsInstant with most mobile operators, up to 24 hours (on a business day) with some mobile operators Your visa needs to be valid for the registration process to be successful. However, some mobile operators allow for identity  confirmation with a debit/credit card (0.01/1 AUD will be reserved or charged). Then your visa details will not be checked, somehow
AustriaYesShow passport at the official stores of the mobile operator (even if you bought your SIM card from a third party) or online YesInstant if done in the store of the mobile operator. Up to 15 minutes if done onlineMobile operators may charge you up to 20 EUR (!) for registration (especially at Vienna Airport). However, registration can always be done for free online (an honest salesperson will inform you about this). The process is not difficult, although some instructions may be in German
AzerbaijanYesShow passport at the point of sale. Your visa details will be checked and verified tooNoInstantBe aware of the IMEI registration scheme too, which will apply if you stay in Azerbaijan for more than 30 days. Luckily, the registration fee is a modest 6 AZN (about 3.50 USD)
BahamasYesShow passport at the point of sale AND another form of identification (national ID, driver's license, etc.)NoInstant
BahrainYesShow passport at the point of sale. Fingerprints will also be takenNoInstantIf you keep your Bahraini SIM card active for a long time, you need to re-register every year. However, this can be done by texting a code or dialing a USSD code – you are then not required to visit the mobile operator 
BangladeshYesShow passport at the point of sale. Your visa details will be checked and verified tooYes, Skitto onlyInstant – up to a few minutes with SkittoSometimes, a store may request passport-sized photos, but this is uncommon nowadays. Moreover, some sources claim fingerprints are also taken, but I have had no experience with that in Bangladesh
BarbadosYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
BelarusYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
BelgiumYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant or up to three business day While employees may say it can take up to three business days before your details have been verified, be sure to head back to the store after a day. Registration with foreign ID is a difficult and two-step process, an employee has told me, which often results in “applications” being rejected
BelizeYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
BeninYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
BermudaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
BhutanYesShow passport at the point of sale, hand over a passport-sized photo & fingerprints will be takenNoInstantMost stores will take a photo for you, but they will appreciate it if you bring a photo yourself
BoliviaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
BonaireYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Bosnia and HerzegovinaNoN/AN/AInstant
BotswanaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
BrazilYesShow passport at the official stores of the mobile operator (even if you bought your SIM card from a third party) AND show CPF (Cadastro de Pessoa Física)NoInstant up to 15 minutesA kind reader named Chris informed me that purchasing a Brazilian SIM card has become a bit more complicated in recent years. Nowadays, you have to get your SIM card from a newsstand (or another third party) and then go (back) to the store of the mobile operator, as the store CANNOT sell SIM cards to those without a CPF
British Virgin Islands (BVI)YesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
BruneiYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
BulgariaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Burkina FasoYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
BurundiYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
CambodiaYesShow passport at the point of sale. Your visa details will be checked and verified tooNoInstant
CameroonYesShow passport at the point of sale. Your visa details will be checked and verified tooNoInstant
CanadaNoN/A – while no true registration is required, the SIM card should be activated instead. This can be done in the store of the mobile operator or online N/A – activation can be done onlineInstant up to a business day
Cape VerdeNoN/AN/AInstant
Cayman IslandsNoN/AN/AInstant
Central African RepublicYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
ChadYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Channel Islands (Jersey & Guernsey)NoN/AN/AInstant
ChileNoN/A – although you may be asked for a RUT (Registro Civil)N/AInstantAs a traveler, you will not have a RUT. Providing a RUT is somewhat optional for locals, but not required for travelers. If the salesperson insists on a RUT, just make one up with 9 digits
ChinaYesShow passport at the point of sale, your place of stay in China & facial scanNoInstantIt can be a real challenge to get a SIM card in China, especially if you are not staying in tier 1 or tier 2 cities. If you fly from Hong Kong, using a Hong Kong SIM card will be much more convenient. Or travel SIM cards from other (South)East Asian countries. Airalo and Nomad offer eSIMs for China, while SimCorner has travel SIM cards that can be used in China too
ColombiaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
ComorosNoN/AN/AInstant
Cook IslandsNoN/AN/AInstant
Costa RicaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstantSIM cards also have to be registered with the national regulator (SUTEL – Superintendencia de Telecomunicaciones). Most mobile operators will do this for you. Otherwise, you can do this online
Côte d'Ivoire/Ivory CoastYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
CrimeaUnknown (probably yes)UnknownUnknownUnknown
CroatiaNoN/AN/AInstant
CubaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
CuraçaoYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
CyprusNoN/AN/AInstant
Czech RepublicNoN/AN/AInstant
Democratic Republic of the CongoYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
DenmarkNoN/AN/AInstantYou can only choose Lebara Denmark or Lycamobile Denmark. While there are other mobile operators offering prepaid services, you need a Danish CPR number (person number) to activate them. Stick with the two mentioned above
DjiboutiYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
DominicaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Dominican RepublicYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
East Timor (Timor-Leste)YesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
EcuadorYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
EgyptYesShow passport at the point of sale. Sometimes, your place of stay in Egypt will be asked for tooNoInstant
El SalvadorYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Equatorial GuineaYesShow passport at the point of sale AND two passport-sized photosNoInstantIt is recommended to bring the passport-sized photos yourself
EritreaYesSee notesNoUnknownTravelers cannot purchase prepaid SIM cards in Eritrea. Residents can, but I do not know about the requirements for residents
EstoniaNoN/AN/AInstant
Eswatini (Swaziland)YesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
EthiopiaYesShow passport at the point of sale AND one passport-sized photoNoInstantIf you wish to leave the Ethio Telecom store quickly, bring your own photo
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)NoN/AN/AInstant
Faroe IslandsNoN/AN/AInstant
FijiYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
FinlandNoN/AN/AInstant
FranceYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant to up to one business day
French GuianaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
French PolynesiaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
GabonYesShow passport at the point of sale. Your visa details will be checked and verified tooNoInstant
GambiaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
GeorgiaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
GermanyYesShow passport at the point of sale or at the store of the mobile operator if purchased from a third party that cannot do registration NoInstant up to 24 hoursRegistration is often free, but you may be charged 10 EUR. If not purchased from the mobile operators or Mediamarkt, registration fees can be higher. It is free in post offices if you fill in a form beforehand. Else, use video identification (Online ID/Video Ident, or WebID).
GhanaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
GibraltarNoN/AN/AInstant
GreeceYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstantVodafone (CU) SIM cards may not have 4G/LTE until the next business day. Be aware that most stores close around 14:00/15:00 on Saturdays and are not open on Sundays, leaving you with slow 3G for the weekend
GreenlandYes, but see notesCPR number confirmation (local persons number)YesInstantTusass does not sell prepaid SIM cards anymore since 2021. When they still did, you were charged around 100 USD for 1 GB of data (Pay As You Go rates). Consider the Airalo eSIM (Nuuk Mobile with 1 GB for 9 USD valid for 7 days)
GrenadaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
GuadeloupeYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
GuamNoN/AN/AInstant
GuatemalaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
GuineaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Guinea-BissauYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
GuyanaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
HaitiYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
HondurasYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Hong KongYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
HungaryYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
IcelandNoN/AN/AInstant
IndiaYesShow passport at the point of sale, one passport-sized photo & proof of stay in India AND your home addressNoInstant up to 24 hoursFor proof of stay while staying in a hotel, bring a visitor card. To be completely safe, get a letter from the front desk staff (as some stores will ask you for that one). If you are staying with friends or at an Airbnb, the mobile operator may call the host (Know Your Customer process). Getting a SIM card at an airport will be much quicker, but you will pay a premium
IndonesiaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstantBe aware of the IMEI registration scheme too. It was introduced in April 2020, and I have not been in Indonesia since 2019.  I will provide info/tips once I have something to share
IranYesShow passport at the point of sale. Your visa details will be checked and verified tooNoInstantBe aware of the IMEI registration scheme too, which will apply if you stay in Iran for more than 30 days. How it works, I cannot tell yet
IraqYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
IrelandNoN/AN/AInstant
Isle of ManNoN/AN/AInstant
IsraelYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
ItalyYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
JamaicaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
JapanUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknownThe last time I was in Japan, I replied on WiFi all the time (why – I cannot tell, lmao). I do know that you can only buy data-only SIM cards in Japan
JordanYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
KazakhstanYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstantBe aware of the IMEI registration scheme too. Unlike most countries with IMEI registration, this scheme is straightforward and free in Kazakhstan. However, the SIM card you purchased can only be used in the phone (or SIM card slot if you have a dual SIM) it is linked to
KenyaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
KiribatiNoN/AN/AInstant
KosovoYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
KuwaitYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
KyrgyzstanYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
LaosYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
LatviaNoN/AN/AInstant
LebanonYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstantBe aware of the IMEI registration scheme too, which will apply if you stay in Jordan for more than 90 days. However, if you get a tourist SIM card, you will not have to worry about this
LesothoYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
LiberiaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
LibyaYesShow passport at the point of sale AND one passport-sized photoNoInstant
LiechtensteinYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstantYou have to buy a SIM card in Switzerland (although there is one store selling Lycamobile SIM cards in Liechtenstein)
LithuaniaNoN/AN/AInstant
LuxembourgYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MacauYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MadagascarYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MalawiYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MalaysiaYesShow passport at the point of saleYesInstant
MaldivesYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MaliYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MaltaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstantFor some reason, registration is not strictly enforced. I was able to buy three SIM cards without anyone asking for my passport. However, people behind me, also travelers, did have to show their passports. I guess I was lucky?
Marshall IslandsUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknown
MartiniqueYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MauritaniaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MauritiusYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MayotteYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MexicoNoN/AN/AInstant
MicronesiaNoN/AN/AInstant
MoldovaNoN/AN/AInstant
MonacoYes, but see notesYesUnknownInstantMonaco does not sell prepaid SIM cards anymore
MongoliaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MontenegroYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MontserratYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MoroccoYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
MozambiqueYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Myanmar (Burma)YesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh)UnknownUnknownUnknownUnknown
NamibiaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
NauruNoN/AN/AInstant
NepalYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
NetherlandsNoN/AN/AInstant
New CaledoniaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
New ZealandNoN/AN/AInstant
NicaraguaNoN/AN/AInstant
NigerYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
NigeriaYesShow passport at the point of sale. Fingerprints will also be takenNoInstantLocals need to provide their NIN (National Identity Number). Travelers will not have such a number, so your visa details will be used instead
NiueNoN/AN/AInstant
Norfolk IslandUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknown
North KoreaYesUnknownNoUnknownI have yet to visit North Korea… and I do not think I will be doing so anytime soon
North MacedoniaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Northern CyprusYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Northern Mariana Islands NoN/AN/AInstant
NorwayYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
OmanYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
PakistanYesShow passport at the point of sale. Fingerprints will also be takenNoInstantApparently, you also need to whitelist your phone with the PTA (Pakistan Telecommunications Authority) if you plan on staying for more than 14 days. I have no experience with this process 
PalauNoN/AN/AInstant
PalestineUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknown
PanamaNoN/AN/AInstant
Papua New Guinea (PNG)YesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
ParaguayYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
PeruYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
PhilippinesYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
PolandYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstantMost convenience stores can register your SIM card on the spot, but not all of them. Just head to the next one, and you will be good to go
PortugalNoN/AN/AInstant
Puerto RicoYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
QatarYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville)YesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
RéunionYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
RomaniaNoN/AN/AInstant
RussiaYesShow passport at the point of sale. Your visa details will be checked and verified tooNoInstant
RwandaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
SabaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Saint Barthélemy (St Barts)YesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Saint HelenaNoN/AN/AInstant
Saint Kitts and NevisYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Saint LuciaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Saint MartinYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
SamoaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
San MarinoYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
São Tomé and PríncipeYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant up to 1 business day (but often in just less than an hour)
Saudi Arabia (KSA)YesShow passport at the point of sale. Fingerprints will also be takenNoInstant
SenegalYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
SerbiaNoN/AN/AInstant
SeychellesYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Sierra LeoneYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
SingaporeYesShow passport at the point of saleYesInstant
Sint EustatiusYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Sint MaartenYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
SlovakiaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
SloveniaNoN/AN/AInstant
Solomon IslandsNoN/AN/AInstant
SomaliaUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknown
SomalilandUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknown
South AfricaYesShow passport at the point of sale. Your place of stay in South Africa will be asked for too (RICA)NoInstantRICA officially required proof of permanent residence in South Africa. However, most RICA agents will allow for your temporary residence (like your hostel or Airbnb). If the agent is being difficult, go to another one – there are plenty of them
South KoreaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
South OssetiaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
South SudanYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
SpainYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Sri LankaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
SudanYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
SurinameYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
SwedenNoN/AN/AInstant
SwitzerlandYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
SyriaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
TaiwanYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
TajikistanYesShow passport at the point of sale. Your place of stay in Tajikistan will be asked for tooNoInstant
TanzaniaYesShow passport at the point of sale. Fingerprints will also be takenNoInstant
ThailandYesShow passport at the point of sale. Fingerprints will also be taken + a face scanNoInstant
TogoYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
TongaNoN/AN/AInstant
Transnistria (Pridnestrovia)YesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Trinidad and TobagoYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
TunisiaYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
TurkeyYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstantBe aware of the IMEI registration scheme too, which will apply if you stay in Turkey for more than 120 days. Registration can cost up to 2000 TRY (135 USD)
TurkmenistanYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Turks and Caicos Islands YesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
TuvaluNoN/AN/AInstant
UgandaYesShow passport at the point of sale, your visa details will be checked and verified too & fingerprints will also be taken.NoInstant
UkraineUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknownWith what is going on in the country right now, I am not sure if SIM cards are still sold (to “tourists” right now)
United Arab Emirates (UAE)YesShow passport at the point of sale, your visa details will be checked and verified too & fingerprints will also be taken.NoInstant
United Kingdom (UK)NoN/AN/AInstant
United States (USA)NoN/AN/AInstant
UruguayYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
US Virgin IslandsNoN/AN/AInstant
UzbekistanYesShow passport at the point of sale. Sometimes, your place of stay in Uzbekistan will be asked for tooNoInstant
VanuatuNoN/AN/AInstant
Vatican CityYes, but see notesYesNoInstantYou can use your Italian SIM card in Vatican City – the city does not sell SIM cards. SIM card registration is required in Italy
VenezuelaYes, but see notesShow passport at the point of saleNoUnknownTravelers cannot get SIM cards in Venezuela 
VietnamYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
Wallis and FutunaUnknownUnknownUnknownUnknown
YemenYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant
ZambiaYesShow passport at the point of sale. Sometimes, your place of stay in Zambia will be asked for tooNoInstant
ZimbabweYesShow passport at the point of saleNoInstant