Turkey's mobile (cell) phone companies are Turkcell (900 Mhz, the largest), Vodafone (900 Mhz, next largest), and Türk Telekom (1800 Mhz, formerly Avea).
All of them also offer 2G and 3G (W-CDMA, 2100 Mhz) service, and 2G GPRS/EDGE and 3G data.A 4G LTE network is being constructed and may be in service by 2016, by which time it may actually be a 4.5G LTE network Wifi Internet access, usually free, is common all over Turkey. Virtually all hotels, hostels, dorms, rental apartments, and even tree houses have Wifi. Only the luxury hotels charge for it. Many restaurants, cafés, bars, beach café-bars andoffices offer it. Some intercity buses, trains andferryboats have it, and airports offer it for a fee
It's fair to say that you will have free Wifi available to you at least a few hours each day. Some travelers find this completely sufficient for their needs. The connection and its speed may vary, but you'll have the opportunity to connect, and the price is the best: free!
An extensive variety of cuisine is available representing the multicultural flavour of Didim. Whether you’re looking for a taste of home or a taste of the exotic, fine dining or a casual family-friendly spot, you’ll find it.
Restaurants, hotel lounges, bars and nightclubs can serve alcoholic beverages if they are “licensed premises.” In most cases, you cannot bring your own alcohol into a licensed premises – you have to purchase your drinks from them
Didim's fact file
• Population: 80 Thousand
• Area: 280 km²
• Official Language: Turkish
• Religion: Muslim / Christianity
• Mayor: A.Deniz Atabay
• Time Zone: Eastern European Time Zone . Eastern European Standard Time (EET) is 2 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+2).
• Currency: Turkish Lira
• City Code: +90 256
• Emergency numbers: 110 Fire, 155 Police, 112 Ambulance
If your phone is unlocked, you can buy a Turkish SIM for your mobile device and use it in Turkey for up to 120 days before
Turkcell: coverage is the best in Turkey, pretty much everywhere, except for occasional relatively small dead spots in a few remote and/or mountainous areas in the eastern region of the country
Vodaphone: with 22% of the mobile phone customers in Turkey, has fairly good coverage in towns and cities larger than 10,000 population, but the least complete coverage of the three companies
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