Unlimited internet in Croatia: Stay connected during your trip

Unlimited internet in Croatia: Stay connected during your trip

Unlimited Internet Croatia: 4 solutions to keep you connected

The best travel option to have unlimited internet Croatia and stay connected during your trip.

Renting a portable WiFi is the best solution to stay connected to the Internet when you are traveling in Croatia. Portable WiFi is also called pocket WiFi, WiFi hotspot, mobile or wireless WiFi router.


Pocket WiFi is the solution most frequently used by travellers from all over the world to stay connected during their travels, allowing unlimited Internet access in Croatia.


Without a doubt, having mobile wifi internet is the best solution when you are travelling in Croatia, as you have the best support for portable wifi. To stay connected throughout Croatia, My Webspot gives you the ability to rent mobile access points so you can stay connected to high quality unlimited Internet at a fixed minimum price. This portable wifi is also known as Mifi. It is a small wireless hotspot connected to the 4G mobile network, allowing you to connect 10 computers such as computers, tablets, mobile phones, laptops and others simultaneously, with a fast and secure connection and a range of 15 meters around the user carrier. Its speed to the 4G LTE network, downloads 100 Mbps, and goes up about 40 Mbps; if you don't have 4G on the site, it will automatically connect to 3G. The device is very comfortable, so small and light that it can be carried in a pocket of your jacket or travel bag.

In Croatia, big cities like Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Split, Rijeka, Osijek, ensure a total coverage of 4G. However, when one travels to the interior of the country, there are doubts that the quality is maintained. But with My Webspot, there is no problem, as we work with major local mobile network providers, Vipnet d.o.o., Tele 2, T-Mobile, to make sure you can move from one network to another with a good signal.

Pocket wifi rental in Croatia with My Webspot is available from 6.40 euros/day, with unlimited access and excellent speed using the 4G.


Navigating connected to the public wifi network in Croatia is one of the least expensive alternatives to stay connected during your stay, even so its quality remains one of its greatest limitations, because of its low flow, it becomes very slow, constantly disconnecting you. This of course makes the traveler very uncomfortable, as it is very annoying to watch the transmission shut down when downloading files.

The free wifi offered by the public network is accessible only in large cities, being a limitation if you want to visit other cities within Croatia. Almost all access points are cybercafés, hotels and places of public concentration, such as airports and passenger piers. Once in the city of your stay and located the access point for example a cybercafé, you will necessarily be asked a minimum consumption to give you the code of that wifi, which is also a limitation.

The other problem that travelers must face is the very high risk of being attacked by known hackers, being more vulnerable when you use a wifi shared by many users, putting at risk all your personal information.


When you are travelling in Croatia and decide to purchase a prepaid card to access the internet from your mobile phone, the first thing you have to bear in mind is that the providers will ask you for a local bank account and an address in Croatia in order to subscribe to a data plan. This is one of the great limitations that all travellers in Europe have to obtain prepaid cards. Currently some providers have specialized exclusively in the service of this type of data plans through prepaid cards.

The local SIM card has major advantages at the level of national users, but not to passers-by. This card can help you perform some small tasks, such as checking your emails, but for other activities, it will be more complicated. Most of these cards will give you access to 3G instead of 4G LTE, which is 10 times faster. Also, you won't be able to use your usual number. Another drawback is confirming compatibility with local Croatian cards; if this is the case, you'll have to unlock it in a store, otherwise you'll have to buy a local mobile.


The use of Roaming Data is a solution to stay connected in Croatia. Generally a limited data plan is subscribed with a pre-established consumption, but in most cases, the traveler already knows that he is going to exceed the plan without realizing it, this being the big problem. Once you are overdrawn, you don't receive any SMS from the provider to warn you of this novelty, so they keep calculating each minute of the plan with local rate. As a consequence, your bills will be unimaginable. That's why you have to avoid accumulating this type of invoices for roaming data consumption. If you don't want to go through the bad experience when you go back to your origin and look at the high amount on your phone bill, try to avoid all this while you can.

Everything suggests that this temptation to have a plan that will guarantee you exactly the payment for consumption can be transformed into a headache, which companies present underhandedly to travelers.

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