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Rent a Pocket Portable WIFI

Pick up in Europe

You will easily receive the device in your home country in Europe 3 or 4 days before leaving on a trip to Uruguay.

Enjoy in Uruguay!

All day connected to Internet in Uruguay. Share it with your travel partners. Use Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Whatsapp, etc in Uruguay

Return device in Europe

Upon your return back home, a courier will meet you at your house to return the device to us. Simple, convenient and fast.
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Plans and Pricing

The following tables show approximate prices and may be modified depending on booking days, in advance, delivery costs and invoices.
You can check exact price of your reservation in our booking form.

One Week

65
  • Share Internet Signal with all their Travel Partners.
  • Data Plan 1GB with possibility to be recharge if necessary.
  • Excellent Coverage in Uruguay.
  • Premium Technical Support.
  • No Roaming charges.
  • Web, mail, Facebook, Twitter, Whatapps…
  • Voip included: Skype, Viver, etc
  • GPS Apps: Waze, Google Maps, etc
  • Video Streaming: Youtube, Vimeo
  • Deposit not necesary.
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Two Weeks

86
  • Share Internet Signal with all their Travel Partners.
  • Data Plan 1GB with possibility to be recharge if necessary.
  • Excellent Coverage in Uruguay.
  • Premium Technical Support.
  • No Roaming charges.
  • Web, mail, Facebook, Twitter, Whatapps…
  • Voip included: Skype, Viver, etc
  • GPS Apps: Waze, Google Maps, etc
  • Video Streaming: Youtube, Vimeo
  • Deposit not necesary.
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What Our Customers Are Saying

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Very good user experience, very easy to receive and to give back. Product works well and is the perfect companion when traveling abroad.

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Deborah P. Pridmore

It was really awesome. I don’t remember if I has any issues with it as far as singal is concerned. Travelled to Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Granada, Marbella, Cadiz and Seville. Signal strength was excellent. Skype and whatsup helped me keep in touch with my team back in the home country.

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Khetarpal M.

Once again the person who is the star of client service is Julio. With him at the ready everything is in perfect working order. Makes life easy! Gracias for good services.

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PUNTA DEL ESTE, PARAIPOLIS AND ECOTOURISM IN PROTECTED REGIONS

If you are planning on visiting Uruguay you should take note of main tourist destinations found in the country. You have surely heard of Punta del Este, sun and beach destination, and one of the most famous spa resorts in Latin America as well as worldwide. Atlántida, Piriapolis or La Paloma, are other summer cities famous for the great amount of beaches and services for tourists. Ecotourism is highly popular in Uruguay: The famous landform Quebrada de los Cuervos, the hamlet Valle Edén and the waterfall Salto del Penitente, as well as preserved areas like Cabo Polonio, Río Negro Forest or Rocha Lake, are ideal places to enjoy travelling in a sustainable and responsible way. If you are looking to discover its history and culture, we suggest Colonia del Sacramento, in front of Buenos Aires coastline, with a beautiful old town full of Spanish, Portuguese and post-colonial artistic influences.

WHAT TO SEE IN MONTEVIDEO

Montevideo is the smallest capital city in Latin America, a calm and friendly city which is perfect to be visited in a few days. Don’t miss the square Plaza de la Independencia, the most famous square of the city, as well as its vicinity: Salvo Palace, Solís Theatre or Ciudadela Citadel. Ciudad Vieja includes a surprising Port Market, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Sarandí Street, famous for the great amount of tourist attractions provided: Shops, restaurants, shows on the street… Walk across the Rambla which is an avenue located next to the river Rio de la Plata; this walk is 30 km long along the coastline of Montevideo with impressive sunsets. If you are a football lover you can visit one of the most famous stadiums called Estadio Centenario. The stadium also includes an interesting museum related to the national team which has twice won the FIFA World Cup.

INFORMATION ON THE EASTERN REPUBLIC OF URUGUAY

Did you know that Uruguay is the second smallest country in Latin America following Surinam? Uruguay covers 176.000 km2 and with an estimated 3,4 million citizens; borders Brazil, Argentina, the Atlantic Ocean and the river Rio de la Plata. The capital city is Montevideo and is the most populated city with 1,5 million citizens approx. Regarding politics, the government is a Presidential Republic and the country is divided into 19 departments and 89 municipalities. The climate is mild and rains are frequent. The agricultural sector is very rich in Uruguay, being an important agricultural exporting country. The country has currently a significant technological sector, being the main software exporter in Latin America. Punta del Este is a famous tourist destination worldwide and another relevant sector of the country’s economy.

DATA FOR YOUR TRIP – DOCUMENTATION, VACCINES, CURRENCY….

If you belong to the United States, Canada, European Union, United Kingdom or Australia will need no visa, only bring your passport and return ticket to your home country. If you come from bordering countries you only need the identity card. No vaccines are required and healthcare is high quality. The currency in Uruguay is the Uruguayan Peso ($U) and there are no restrictions in order to import or export national or foreign currency. The official language is Spanish and in big touristy cities like Montevideo, Punta del Este or Piriapolis people communicate in English very well. Uruguay is a safe country, so we only recommend tourists to be aware of their personal belongings in crowded places; and insecurity experienced in countries like Brazil or Venezuela doesn’t affect Uruguay. Electricity is 220 volts AC, 50HZ.

 

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