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Call Algeria for just 0.29€ a minute

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  • Get cheap calls to Algeria with Vectone Mobile
    Whether your family and friends live in Algiers, Oran, Constantine or Annaba, Vectone offers cheap calls to Algeria from Portugal mobiles and the cheapest international call rates. It’s time to save with our Free SIM card for Algeria.
  • UK’s best Algeria Call Plans – lower call costs with Vectone

    Algeria call plan
    Get our Algeria Calling Plan with our Algeria SIM and you can save even more. Make sure each Algeria call cost is as low as possible.

    Portugal Plans
    Okay, we can save you money when calling Algeria from Portugal mobiles but that’s not all. We can also help you cut costs on calling Portugal landlines and mobiles.
Our Algeria call rates give you low Algeria call costs
  • Calls to landlines
  • Calls to mobiles
  • 0.09€
    /min
  • 0.29€
    /min


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Calling Algeria from the Portugal

We want to make national calls and international calls cheaper. We want to give our customers reduced cost calls to Algeria and many other countries round the globe. Just imagine being able to call Algeria for just 0.29€ a minute!

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Vectone Free SIM card for Algeria

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Algeria calling plans

With a fixed-line penetration of around 8 per cent and mobile penetration close to 100 per cent, Algeria has one of the highest teledensities in Africa. The country’s relatively well developed infrastructure includes a national fibre backbone and one of Africa’s first FttP deployments.

The overall market has been affected by the recent social and political unrest, while investor confidence has been dented by recent moves from the government to take control of the country’s leading mobile operator. Nevertheless, with the advent of 3G licences, the MNOs have the chance to transform themselves into converged service providers and to take a share of the broadband market. As such, the country’s mobile market still has enormous potential for growth.