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Discover our internet solutions for the United States

Rent your Pocket Wifi and/or reserve your SIM card

Rent your Pocket Wifi 4g

  • Unlimited Internet
  • 4G broadband
  • 13 hours of autonomy
  • Pouch & charger

Security

No more public wifi that requires your personal information. Surf with a private and password-secured connection.

Practice

No need to search the internet when you arrive. Your Pocket Wifi connects itself in more than 135 countries! Perfect for a multi-destination trip.

Easy

No configuration of your device is required. No sim card to exchange. You connect with the provided WIFI identifiers in 30 seconds.

Share

Manage and share the connection of your Pocket Wifi with 5 devices, with family, friends, or in a professional setting.

Book your 4g SIM CARD

  • Unlimited 4G Internet
  • Unlimited calls to the United States
  • SIM ejector included
  • AT&T Operator
  • Automatic activation
  • Validity: 30 days

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A few words about your future destination

Going on a road trip in the U.S. is kind of a kid's dream. With all the American films that cradled our childhood, we could already imagine ourselves on Highway 66, crossing horizons in search of mirages and conquering America.

An immense territory, the United States offers innumerable mythical sites to discover, and especially at the antipodes of each other. From east to west, one is brought to rub shoulders with completely different landscapes and climates.

New York. Every time you set foot in it, you get caught up in the magical atmosphere. The kindness of the New Yorkers - the smoke coming out of the sewers - the height of the buildings - Central Park, that 3.5 km2 of greenery in the heart of Manhattan - Time Square - the Empire State Building - those jazz bars - Brooklyn and its famous bridge. The Big Apple. Finally before our eyes.

Chicago, Boston and Washington are sometimes forgotten on the American tour. Yet Boston, on the East Coast, is full of museums and historic sites. Chicago, on the shores of Lake Michigan, is better known for its bold architecture and has iconic skyscrapers such as the Willis Tower and the Tribune Tower. The capital city of Washington, D.C., is famous for its landmarks - the White House, the Capitol, and the Supreme Court. And if you are there at the end of March, you can enjoy the National Cherry Blossom Festival, the 3,000 cherry blossoms on the edge of the Tidal Basin.

On the way down to Florida, you will meet Miami, its beaches, South Beach and its bling. But not that. You will also be able to walk in the Everglades National Park to meet several animal species such as the panther, the manatee, the alligator or the crocodile and share your most beautiful pictures with us.

Passing through Texas, you can venture into Big Bend National Park, the largest protected area in the Chihuahua Desert. Here you can see 450 species of birds, 1,200 species of plants and 60 kinds of cacti. Don't miss the Grand Canyon National Park in northwestern Arizona and the famous red mounds of Monument Valley. You will also be able to do a remake of the Very Bad Trip in Las Vegas: casinos, clubs, swimming pool and bikinis (or not) while passing through Death Valley and its few ghost towns (for the most daring).

California. Hollywood - the Walk of Fame - Mulholland Drive - Los Angeles - Venice Beach - San Francisco and its Golden Gate Bridge - the architecture of its houses - Yosemite National Park - Big Sur. Wow. The West Coast is like a jet set, a vacation, a discovery.

Finally, be sure to take a closer look at the famous Mount Rushmore, a monumental sculpture of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln that traces 150 years of U.S. history in South Dakota.