I know you looked at the post title and you’re thinking this sounds hyper technical and BORING, but it isn’t. This post is actually about cell phone SIM cards and reducing international calling and data costs. Read the following excerpt from an article published in triphackr.com then read the entire article. The author, Clint Johnston included some great infographics and charts that really help explain the technology.
“When I travel internationally staying connected is the most important thing to me. Staying in touch with friends and family, email, social media, and navigating new cities is critical to making the most of every travel experience. That is where a great SIM card comes when traveling abroad. Transatel DataSIM will keep you connected in 48 countries and offers great rates.
How Does Transatel DataSIM Work?
Transatel DataSIM works in 4 easy steps to keep you connected abroad. Their goal is to greatly reduce cell phone plan overages when traveling and keep you connected.
- Buy the Transatel DataSIM before you leave home. It is available for all types of phones and devices and fits normal, micro, and nano SIM phones. It will arrive at your house 4-10 days worldwide or 1-2 with express shipping.
- Insert the SIM into your device. Simply remove your old SIM and insert the new one. Be sure to save your old SIM for when you return home and put it back in. I always carry mine with me and make the switch when I arrive at my home airport. Transatel DataSIM Keeps You Connected Around the World
- Use your new international data plan. Now that you are connected to local cell towers you won’t need to worry about going over your old data plan at home. You can now browse, email, navigate and message your friends at a great rate.
- Recharge your data as needed. If you don’t know how much data you will use before you leave that is no problem. Buy a small package of data and recharge when you are close to running out while you are traveling.
Where Does Transatel DataSIM Work?
Transatel DataSIM currently works in 48 countries but it is constantly expanding. Check their list of available countries to see if you will be covered (Pacifico Note; the list is at the bottom of the linked page).”
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Published by triphackr.com
July 29, 2016
Written by Clint Johnston
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