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You can go subscribe to a monthly contract (prices vary on the company and service) or a pre-paid service (25€ to start the service and you pay as you go).

Providers (click for website):

Wind is generally recognized to be the cheapest, but again it depends on the service you choose and how you will be using your minutes, as well as what type of phone calls you will be making.

Related article: Landline phone in Italy

Update 22/04/2008


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