Rent a Pocket WiFI for France with Unlimited Internet
I used My Webspot in Prague and Budapest in August 2016. It worked very well. I had 4G 99% of the time and the network was very fast. It's very small and you can easily carry it in your pants pocket. At 111 EUR for 10 days, it's not cheap but it's the best and more affordable solution I could find.
The only issue I had with My Webspot was with their support.
For I don’t know what reason, DHL was not able to deliver the device at my hotel in Prague on their first attempt. I contacted My Webspot right away to make sure I would have the Wi-Fi hotspot on my arrival in Prague in 3 days. They were very slow to answer (I think they don’t work on week-ends) and, at no time they were willing to really help me. All they said was "sorry we can’t do anything, we cannot contact DHL" and so on. Finally, I was able to contact DHL and they delivered the device at my hotel on their second attempt (I still don’t know why they were not able to deliver it on their first time).
One last word; don’t forget to bring (or rent) a power bank, the battery in my device worked for 6 to 7 hours.
I use a webspot during two weeks in Europe (Germany, Ausria and Italy). The connexion was good and I can connect to my mail during all my holidays. I could use it to operate the GPS of my iPhone, and I had no problem. Finally the device size is ideally suited to travel, it easily fits in the pocket.- Jack
Super Service! Haben das Pocket WIFI auf unserer Reise nach Sizilien und Griechenland gebucht und sind sehr zufrieden gewesen. Die Verbindung war gut und die Batterie hat den ganzen Tag gehalten! Bald wieder- Thomas Weber
After doing some research about using my phone while traveling to Europe, I found out about My Webspot. I booked the service, the wifi spot was delivered on time to my house. Service is great (of course there are parts were the signal can be weak but it's not their fault). I traveled over Germany and Netherlands without any problem. I highly recommend them, if you want to avoid a huge phone bill or if you don't want to switch GSM cards (I'm afraid to lose mine)- Aidee Schmidl
I used My Webspot on a recent trip to Paris. This is by far the easiest and cheapest way that I have found to keep connected while traveling. Their device (which was small enough to fit in my pocket) creates a wifi signal that can connect to your phone or tablet. That allowed me to use data on my phone without paying the crazy international roaming rates. I could make calls using skype, viber, etc. and could use apps like facebook and instagram without a problem. Very simple to use. Loved it!- Ben Korin