Internet et prises en Malte


Find out whether you'll need an adaptor for a power socket when you travel to Malta, or how widely available internet and mobile phone signals are.

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Electricity and sockets

Malta's electricity network operates at 50 Hz and with a terminal voltage of 230 V.

Due to its specific links to the UK, there are British sockets which are different from the rest of Europe. Malta is therefore one of the few European countries to which you will need an adaptor for the sockets.

Sockets and plugs used in Malta are 'British', i.e. type G with three rectangular holes. Each socket even has its own switch (usually right next to the socket holes) where you can turn off the electricity supply to it.

  • Sockets - G
  • Voltage - 230 V
  • Frequency - 50 Hz


Malta is part of the EU, so mobile data will work without a roaming surcharge for all EU, Iceland, Norway or UK citizens. Internet coverage in Malta is very good in all parts of the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino.

Public wi-fi networks are offered by the vast majority of hotels and guest houses and are available in many of the larger restaurants.


The same rules apply to calling in Malta for mobile operators from the EU, Norway and the UK as if you were calling domestically.

So you'll call home from Malta at the same prices and tariffs as you would if you lived in the EU, Norway or the UK. Don't expect any extra roaming charges when you travel to Malta.

If you're from outside the EU, get Malta data e-sim quickly and easily on the web

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