Mon Mar 13, 2017, 01:00 AM
Jenny Fromdahood (112 posts)
Anyone travel to Europe? If so, wifi/ hotspot question.
I'm traveling to Europe soon and want to know what's the best thing for us to do. Data with our own provider for just one of our phones? I read something about SIM cards but I'm not smart. Is that a thing?
I'll want it mostly for google maps and traveling between cities and places to stay.
Has anyone has any luck with my-webspot pocket wifi? About 10 bucks a day. Looks pretty legit. PC Mag gave it great reviews.
Thanks in advance.
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Mon Mar 13, 2017, 01:16 AM
RATFINK_5.0 (10,311 posts)
1. Oh yes, use your network provider & leave your SIM card in @ ALL TIMES !
Roaming charges by your American provider while your in Eastern Europe are cheap, cheap, cheap !
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