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WiFi in Croatia: Stay Connected with RoamFree Ninja

Surf like a local in Croatia with RoamFree Ninja

If lack of mobile network while travelling makes you anxious you are not alone. Internet connectivity is an important pre-requisite for the modern-day traveller.

Whether you are working whilst on holiday, searching for accommodation, restaurants, or ferry timetables, posting your holiday photos and videos on Facebook and Instagram, or surfing the net, RoamFree Ninja’s unlimited mobile WiFi has you covered.

RoamFree Ninja is a pocket-sized mobile hotspot WiFi router rental service that lets you stay connected to the internet while anywhere in Croatia, even out at sea.

RoamFree Ninja is small and easy to carry around

A great device which gives you proper internet, anytime and anywhere, and at a reasonable price so no more chasing poor WiFi networks in cafes or hotels or coming home from holiday to a large bill.

You can take the RoamFree Ninja device around with you wherever you go and use it as a mobile router to connect to the internet. You have your own WiFi mobile internet network that you (and your friends) can connect to with your smartphones and laptops.

Traffic is unlimited and comes at full 3G and 4G speed and is faster than a lot of household internets. The unlimited traffic means you do not have to think about usage at all.

It is simple to get started with RoamFree Ninja, all you need to do is place an order and the pocket-sized device will be delivered free of charge to your location – be it a hotel, campsite, or private accommodation. You can also arrange to pick one up at the airport or post office.

Easy to get started with RoamFree Ninja

With RoamFree Ninja you will be totally internet independent in Croatia with up to 10 of your friends able to plug into the device and surf as well, making it an economical option.

There are three packages offered:

3-14 days: €8.95 a day
15-45 days: €7.95 a day
45+ days: €6.25 a day

You can order your RoamFree Ninja via the link HERE

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