|Mosaic City Hotel||Yarmouk St.||Hotel||85|
|Rumman Hotel Madaba||Aisha Um Al Mu Madaba 17110||Hotel||98|
|Salome Hotel||Aisha Um Al Mumeneen St, Madaba||HOTEL||-|
|Phoenix Palace Hotel||Madaba Hamr'a Al-asad||HOTEL||-|
|Queen Ayola Hotel||10 Talal Street||HOTEL||-|
|Madaba Hotel||Near the St.George Church||HOTEL||-|
|Pilgrim's Guest House||P.O. Box 80||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Best Western Grand Hotel Madaba||Aisha Um Al Mumeneen St. P.O.Box 882||HOTEL||-|
Jordan is relatively well connected to the internet compared to many other countries in the Middle East. Internet cafes are all around Jordan and range from 1- 2 JD for half an hour. Wifi is getting more and more popular in Jordan, but is not very common everywhere. In larger places, you find free wifi and some coffee places and restaurants. Hotels tend to charge for wifi, but not always, so check beforehand.
See also International Telephone Calls
Jordan's international country code is 962. The emergency numbers include 112 and 911, you can use them both.
Most of Jordan has mobile coverage. There are three mobile operators: Zain - the first and largest mobile provider, Orange and Umniah. You can buy SIM cards at any of these providers and if you are planning to make international calls, use Umniah as they are the cheapeast. Otherwise Zain is the better choice of mostly domestic calls. Using your own SIM in Jordan can be expensive, especially for internet.
Card-based temporary numbers can be purchased at the airport or any mobile shop for JOD5. These numbers can be subsequently recharged with a prepaid card starting at only JOD1. Temporary "throw away" phones can be bought at many mobile phone shops across the country for around JOD20-30, but a Jordanian must buy the phone before possession can be transferred to you.
Jordan Post runs the postal services in the country. It has fairly reliable and cheap services and international post usually takes several days up to a week or more for countries further away. Opening hours of post offices are mostly between 7:00am and 5:00pm Saturday to Thursday and 7:00am to 1:00pm on Friday, although this depends whether it's a main city or smaller villages. In summer, there might be slighty longer opening hours. For larger packages, it might work out cheaper and certainly faster to use international courier services, including DHL, FedEx, TNT or UPS for example.
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