Lisbon - Communications

International telephone calls can be made from almost anywhere in the city. You will find numerous public booths, where you have the choice of using coins, phone cards and sometimes credit cards.
Telephone calls made from bars, restaurants and hotels are usually a great deal more expensive than the street pay booths.


There is a fixed roaming rate within EU countries. The maximum tariff of sending a text message while abroad is at 0.11 Euro. To receive an SMS is completely free.
To make a call the maximum charge is 0.43 Euro, whilst to receive one you will be charge at maximum 0.19 Euro.
Mobile Phone companies have roaming contracts with most other countries.

Post Offices

The Post offices are open from 9am to 6 pm and are closed weekends. There you will find telephones, stamps and Express Mail services. Stamps can also be purchased at many shops and in some Hotel receptions.

Cyber cafes

There are Cyber Cafes almost everywhere, so here are just some of the places where you can have access to the Internet:

Rua dos Duques de Bragança, 7, 1200-162 LISBOA
Tel.: 213 225 004
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Ciber Chiado
Largo do Picadeiro, 10 S/L, 1200-330 LISBOA
Tel.: 213 466 722

Net Lisboa Café
Rua Padre Francisco, 24 C, 1350-226 LISBOA
Tel.: 213 971 824

Ciber 25
Teatro Taborda, Costa do Castelo, 75 - Tel: 218 865 786

Centro Consulta Internet - Estação dos CTT
Pç dos Restauradores, 58 - Tel: 213 238 700

R. Diário de Notícias, 126 - Tel: 213 421 181

Cib@r café

Parque das Nações, Pavilhão do Conhecimento
Tel: 218 917 112

Ponto Net

Lisboa Welcome Center, Terreiro do Paço
Tel: 210 312 700

Ciber Café da Biblioteca Museu
República e Resistência
R. Alberto de Sousa, Cidade Universitária - Tel: 217 712 310

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