You asked: Can I bring my phone to Indonesia?

Can I use my mobile phone in Indonesia?

If your IMEI is not registered in Indonesia then you can only use your phone with your overseas SIM card. … If you want to use an Indonesian SIM card in your phone then you will need to register your phone and pay the import taxes.

How do I use my phone in Indonesia?

Mobile phones and SIM cards in Indonesia

That said, if you have an unlocked phone (phone not tied to a phone company), then you will be able to use it with an Indonesian SIM card. If you don’t have an unlocked phone, then you might want to get a smartphone that you can use while you’re in Indonesia.

Can I use my phone in Bali?

If you can’t use your phone internationally, you can still use your cell phone in Bali if it’s a GSM (Global Systems for Mobiles) phone. … You will need to replace your phone’s SIM card with a Telkomsel SIM card, and if the phone is locked it will need to be unlocked. Most stores that sell cell phones can do this.

How do I register my SIM card in Indonesia?

SMS – send your passport number or KITAS/KITAP number to 4444. Online – download the application of cellular service operator and follow the instruction. Cellular provider service gallery – Bring your passport and/or KITAS/KITAP, and you will be assisted to make a SIM card registration without additional fees.

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What is IMEI registration?

IMEI is a unique identifier of a handset, which is used to identify a phone globally. It is also used by phone companies, telecom operators, government for several purposes. Customers also need to save this IMEI number which can be used to track the phone if lost/stolen.

How I check my IMEI number?

How to find the IMEI number on your Android phone:

  1. Open the Settings app on your Android phone.
  2. Scroll down and tap on About Phone.
  3. Scroll down and you will find the number under IMEI.

What is IMEI number used for?

An IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity. Think of it as your phone’s fingerprint — it’s a 15-digit number unique to each device. Phone carriers and manufacturers share IMEI numbers to enable tracking of smartphones that may be stolen or compromised.

Is there WiFi in Bali?

WiFi is easily available in hotels and cafes, and typical connection speed for WiFi 512kbps – 2mbps (some providers can offer higher speeds). Mobile connection is also cheap and fast — we got a SIM card with 4 gigs of internet data for 90,000 Rp (US$6). The three main providers in Bali are Telkomsel, XL, and Smartfren.

How can I get internet in Bali?

How to get Internet Access in Bali?

  1. Internet Cafe. Many cafe’s offer free Internet access. Buy a coffee or two.
  2. WarTel. (War = Warung = Roadside Stall) (Tel= Telephone). Some of these have PCs and Internet access. Pay by the hour.
  3. Wireless mobile Internet access rental.