11 Jul '18, 8am

#traveltip

#traveltip

Staying connected as we travel has never been easier. Travellers can choose from a variety of options; from subscribing to international data roaming plans to purchasing local/global SIM cards or a wifi device, or simply making use of wifi connections at hotels, cafés and restaurants. Each option has its pros and cons. International data roaming plans can be pricey, using a local/global SIM card involves switching SIM cards in your phone (with the added risk of misplacing your home SIM card, something that’s happened to me twice!) and local wifi hotspots can be patchy and unsecured. As a frequent traveller, I’ve tried all these options but I think I’ve found the best international data roaming solution so far, one that:

Full article: https://velvetescape.com/easy-international-data-roaming/

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