When travelling abroad, you know that you have to be careful about the exorbitant roaming charges that can be charged as a result of using your mobile connection.
Several solutions exist and we have already talked to you about them on the site, but here is another one: a travel router that allows you to connect to the Web in 3G.
Simply by buying a SIM card and a data plan with a foreign provider, you can access the Web anywhere and for cheap!
The advantage compared to taking such a package and replacing the SIM card of your phone while travelling is that you keep your original number for calls and texts!
The mobile router/ pocket Wi-Fi
The router in question is a company device that can be used on the majority of cellular service provider networks around the world.
The model that can also be used to share a Wi-Fi connection with other devices is discussed below. This is exactly the same principle as a travel router, but with the added option of mobile connectivity. You can check https://www.my-webspot.com for more about pocket Wi-Fi.
The router can be purchased on the web for under $100.
After this step, you will need to purchase a SIM card and choose a mobile data plan from a provider in the country you are visiting. This purchase can be made in advance on the Internet or in store when you arrive at your destination.
To give you an idea of the prices, a SIM card allowing access to a provider’s network generally sells for between $10 and $30. For pay-per-use data packages, prices are often very low in other countries. Shop around!
Really cheap to access the Internet everywhere, while keeping your number and having the opportunity to connect up to 10 devices to the router.
Just carry it with you at all times, then connect to the router’s mobile network with your cell phone’s Wi-Fi connection and you’re done.
The mobile router’s battery has a 4 hour battery life and can allow phones, tablets, computers, game consoles and any device with Wi-Fi connectivity to access the web!