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22 Feb

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If your phone is already unlocked (which means you’re able to use SIM cards from different cell companies), then it’s possible to buy a local SIM card when you arrive at your destination and use a local pre-paid cell phone plan.

This is by far the cheapest option out there, especially for longer-term travel.

You can now purchase “global” or “international” sim cards that allow you to use your cell phone at reduced rates around the world. If you’re a T-Mobile customer, they offer something called T-Mobile ONE Plus International. That’s just enough for checking email, Facebook, and some basic web browsing.

If you have a cell phone plan with a major carrier in the US, you can usually continue to use your phone while traveling overseas. While this is extremely convenient, it can be ASTRONOMICALLY expensive.

So I thought I’d talk about the different ways you can use your phone to stay connected anywhere in the world. Why would I even want a working mobile phone while traveling? Staying active on social media is a major part of my business model too.

While I’d love to tell you that wifi is fast and cheap everywhere, that’s just not the case.

Once your phone is unlocked, you can use sim cards & data plans from other companies when you’re traveling. Data speeds are often throttled after a certain amount has been used, or coverage is sparse.

A whole new industry has sprung up around using your cell phone overseas, due to the high rates many mobile carriers like AT&T or Verizon charge for international roaming while traveling. In my experience, global sim cards and international wifi hotspots generally aren’t worth the cost unless you’re a serious business traveler with cash to burn.