As a non member of the European Union, roaming charges in Switzerland can be exorbitant. Even if you’re just crossing over the border for a day trip, turning on your phone’s roaming can potentially cost you hundreds.
Given how reliant we are on our smartphones, this can make travel particularly difficult.
For those living in Switzerland, phone plans can also be significantly expensive – so much so that you might want to connect to free wifi whenever it is available.
For freelancers and digital nomads, finding a place with free, reliable wifi can be absolutely essential – and far cheaper than turning on your hotspot.
These days however, cafes, bars, stations and some public spaces have easily accessible wifi for free.
This is where you come in. Tell us: what’s the best way to get connected to wifi in Switzerland.
Are there any great sources of free wifi, i.e. in specific public squares or other easily accessible areas?
We’d also like to hear a bit more about paid wifi. Are there any good plans for tourists or visitors?
Whether you live in Switzerland or have visited recently, we’d like to hear from you.
Let us know in the form below.