Bhutan’s international dialing code is 975.
In most hotels throughout the country, WiFi is easily accessible. Wi-Fi is available at most cybercafés. Most major cities offer cybercafés, but they are costly and the internet connection is sluggish. If you require a connection for work, please make sure your travel agency locates a suitable cybercafé ahead of time.
In Bhutan’s major cities, telephone booths are available.
Bhutan has widespread mobile phone service, including smart phone capability. On mobile roaming, B-Mobile has agreements with nations in North America, Asia, and Europe. Another mobile phone company established in the nation is Tashi Cell.
Tourists may now register for a month on a genuine B-Mobile SIM card swiftly and simply. Simply bring your passport to a B-Mobile location. The SIM card costs 50Nu and comes with a 50Nu credit. Ask them to turn on 3G and data access for you while you’re there, and make sure it works before you leave. Although there are no specific data plans, the pricing is reasonable by international standards (0.0003Nu / KB). The normal SIM card size is the only one accessible, although some desks offer sim cutters for the iPhone 4 and 5 models (if you are worried, bring your own SIM cut). Recharge cards for B-Mobile may be found at most general shops.
The Bhutan Tourism Board is the country’s official tourism agency; additional information about the destination may be found on this website.