Wi-fi access is available in most parts of Luxembourg, certainty in Luxembourg city. Signs in storefront windows usually indicate if WiFi is available.
There are some internet cafés as well, but they are not that common.
See also: International Telephone Calls
Luxembourg's international phone code is 352. There are no area codes in Luxembourg. New phone numbers are 8 digits in size including the extension, however older numbers may range from five to nine digits.
There are quite a few providers for cell phones, offering packages including internet. You can also buy a local SIM card to avoid high charges regarding both phone calls as well as internet. Be sure to swtich of roaming if you use your own SIM card.
Public telephones can be found in most Post Offices, supermarkets, train or bus stations. They only take phone cards as coin-operated public phones have been phased out. If you prefer to pay for calls by prepaid calling card, it is easy to do. Cards can be bought at news-stands, post offices, small shops, etc.
Luxembourg's national postal service offers fast and reliable services at competitive prices. Most offices are open Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. To send packages internationally, you can also contact one of the private couriers companies like DHL, TNT, UPS or FedEx.
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