Smart Communications is now offering 5G roaming services in forty-five (45) countries worldwide, reaffirming its leadership in that space.

Customers visiting Malta, Croatia, Indonesia, Greece, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Cyprus, Portugal, Poland, Guam, and France can now enjoy live 5G roaming services with their 5G-capable SIMs and devices through Smart’s partnerships with global telco operators in these countries.

Smart also increased its 5G roaming coverage with sixty-eight (68) roaming partners in five continents, striking up additional partnerships in Canada, Turkey, South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Bulgaria. The service is also available in Taiwan, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Israel, China, Australia, Switzerland, Japan, Thailand, Denmark, Vietnam, Qatar, Ireland, Oman, Germany, Luxembourg, Italy, Austria, Romania, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America.

Smart GigaRoam

Smart 5G roaming subscribers in these countries can subscribe to Smart’s GigaRoam roaming plans. Take note that some rates vary per country. To subscribe, just visit roam.smart.com.ph once you are in any of the supported countries or download the GigaLife app.

Make sure that you have your WiFi turned OFF and your DATA ROAMING and MOBILE DATA turned ON.

Smart 5G Roaming Countries

The accelerated deployment of 5G in the Philippines is part of PLDT and Smart’s broader initiative to deliver a world-class mobile experience to its customers nationwide.

Read More: Smart brings 5G roaming to Japan with NTT Docomo

To support growing mobile data traffic, Smart has increased its total base stations nationwide to 75,400 as of end-December 2021. This includes also around 7,200 5G base stations.

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