With plans ranging from 10GB up to a massive 2TB, you have the data you need for streaming, talking, emailing, browsing (and all the other 'ings too!)
Choose to use a single SIM or data spread across multiple SIM cards - whatever works best for your circumstances. Using a marine mobile data SIM in a 3G or 4G router will allow you to power internet for the entire boat, crew, guests and owners.
Great contracts, speeds and support
Forget about data charges whilst you travel. 4G Yacht covers a huge list of countries in Europe including France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom and worldwide plans including Russia and USA.
Choose a plan length that suits you and even pause your agreement when required, keeping the SIM card for when you need it again. 4G Yacht plans start on a rolling
30 day contract.
With up to300Mbps speeds, you'll be downloading movies in minutes and browsing the internet at the speed of light. You'll also get freedom of choice - choose the optimal network in your area for the fastest speed.
When purchasing internet for your boat, remember to check a few things with your provider. Can you use the SIM in a mobile data router? Can you use with multiple SIM cards? Do they offer a 30 day contract or trial period and how can you cap data?
Using a 4G router specifically built for a marine environment allows you to connect your SIM card with your entire network, powering the on-board systems and internet for computers, wireless access points and everyone on-board.
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Using multiple SIM cards in your mobile data router allows you to combine and aggregate data streams and gain a faster connection. You can choose to use a second (third and fourth) SIM card as a hot-failover or use them simultaneously to get a speed boost.
You need to see whether a data plan will work the way you want it to. Forget about purchasing lengthy contracts and choose a provider that offers monthly contracts.
Ensure your 4G router is capable of throttling, sending a warning or disabling the internet connection if you near your total bandwidth. Capping your data will stop you getting any large bills at the end of the month.