It’s said that the biggest fear one has it that of public peaking. For me, my biggest fear is not having cellular service, and not being able to connect while on the go.

So, how does one connect while in Vanuatu

Some quick tips to staying connected while on the go:

Vanuatu  phone photo

Photo by PhillipC

Contact the Vanuatu Tourism Authority for all travel and tourist related information. Visit [www.vanuatu.travel] Telephone The international country code for Vanuatu is +678. To dial overseas from within Vanuatu dial 00 followed by the relevant country code and phone number. Emergency phone numbers: Ambulance (22-100); Fire (22-333); and Police (22-222). Vanuatu has GSM mobile coverage in Port-Vila and most GSM mobile phones roam seamlessly. You can buy special visitor SIM cards from TVI , which offer considerable discounts over roaming charges. Available at any post office. International Roaming from New Zealand and Australia is available.

Telecom Vanuatu has a package called ‘Smile Visitor’ which consists of a sim card with a pre-purchased cr. This can be purchased at the Vanuatu Telecom Office in town. Telephone: +678 081111. Email: info@smile.com.vu Or with the new player’s Digicel, giving Telecom some overdue competition. Digicel have made themselves very visible, and can be found everywhere. They have a bunch of different cheap plans for you.

Other tips on staying connected while in Vanuatu? Please add your comments and tips.