SIMBA Telecom has expanded its 5G roaming services to include more destinations, offering enhanced global connectivity. This extension benefits both travelers and businesses, providing ultra-fast speeds, low latency, and seamless connectivity. Travelers can enjoy real-time access to applications, content streaming, and high-quality video calls, improving their overall travel experience. For businesses, uninterrupted access to critical data, seamless collaboration, and high-quality virtual meetings are now possible. SIMBA Telecom’s commitment to cutting-edge connectivity ensures customers can fully experience the potential of 5G technology, fostering global communication and a more connected world.

Andorra, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Kuwait, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Malaysia, Norway, Poland, Qatar, Reunion, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Philippines, UAE, UK, USA.

Only 3 networks supports both 5G and VoLTE roaming, they are


Celcom Malaysia
(VoLTE & 5G Supported)
Digi Malaysia
(VoLTE & 5G Supported)

The Philippines
Smart Communications
(VoLTE & 5G Supported)

For all destinations, you can refer to this embedded PDF file from SIMBA.

We have tested 5G Roaming in Malaysia’s Celcom and it works seamlessly, just that the speed seems to be capped at around 200 Mbps for the downlink.

There is irony in the fact that only some SIM cards are provisioned with 5G NSA access, while the majority are not. Interestingly, the non-provisioned 5G NSA local access SIMs can still access the overseas 5G Roaming partner network. SIMBA needs to address this situation and establish clear criteria for determining which plans, phones, and subscribers receive 5G NSA provisioning and which do not.

By Harry