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Krabi Business | Internet cafes play an important part in Krabi connectivity

Krabi is now undergoing a communication revolution, where mobile phones have formed the basis of Krabi connectivity. This is because Krabi connectivity through landline network is rather sub-standard today, where though it is in working order, the internet services provided here for Krabi connectivity is not as up to the mark as those in Europe or North America.

Establish Krabi connectivity with SIM cards

With internet cafes found everywhere, you can easily pick up your SIM card to maintain Krabi connectivity while in Krabi. With your own computer, and a phone line you can go online in a few minutes of getting your pre-paid ISP card from any computer or convenience store.

Today the mobile phone has become an important status symbol and essential accessory for Krabi connectivity. So if you have visited Krabi with the intention of not having to answer phone calls, remember that you may get tempted into buying one of the cheap mobiles and pre-paid cards available here, which provide Krabi connectivity within an hour of shopping.

Cheap mobile phones provide cheap Krabi connectivity

You can also buy SIM cards to slip into your phone to make Krabi phone calls. This proves to be convenient for Krabi connectivity in making bookings and enquiries while traveling in Krabi. Krabi connectivity also permits using mobile phones for contacting travelers and SMSing your relatives and near and dear ones. With 1000 Baht, you maintain Krabi connectivity with a free card and airtime that is equivalent to the amount of your purchase.

There are phones found everywhere for you to maintain Krabi connectivity where 2000 Baht is sufficient for buying a reliable mobile phone. You can also get Nokia and Motorola phones for 3000 Baht. You also find a thriving second hand phone market for you to choose your mobile phone to maintain Krabi connectivity when in Krabi.


Last Updated: 20 Feb 2008