Staying connected in Iceland is easier than you think.
Don’t let Iceland’s remote location fool you! Tech-savvy Icelanders rank among the top Internet users in the world, so travellers with laptops or other web-enabled devices should not encounter many problems with finding an internet connection. Also, tourist information centres often provide many types of services, including mailing or Internet access.
There are several ways to go online in Reykjavík. Many cafés, coffee houses, hotels, bookstores and even bars with Wi-Fi access can be found throughout the city centre, with free connection.
In smaller towns and countryside
Many hotels and guesthouses outside of the capital area offer Internet connection, either free of charge or for an additional fee. Some also have computers for guest use in the reception or lounge areas. Major petrol stations, such as N1, also offer Wi-Fi connection in locations across the country.
Prepaid 3G/4G SIM cards
Vodafone sells prepaid mobile internet starter kits (3GB included) for smartphones at their stores and resellers as well as N1 gas stations around the country and the BSÍ bus terminal in Reykjavik.
Travelling on one of our self-drive packages or guided small group tours? Then you have nothing to worry about as our cars and minibuses have free Wi-Fi included, so you can share your photos of your Iceland adventure!