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- Monty Solomon
March 22, 2014, 4:34 am
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Being Smart About Phone Fees Overseas
MARCH 19, 2014
YOU WANT TO USE your smartphone while traveling abroad. But choosing
an affordable method can seem mind-numbingly complicated. Should you
buy an international roaming plan? And if you do, what does 100
megabytes of data get you anyway? Perhaps you need a hot spot pass?
Or a SIM card? If you don't want an eye-popping phone bill, it's
essential to decide before you're on the plane.
"The pain you can get from just a couple of mistakes can be big,"
said Bill Menezes, a principal research analyst covering mobile
services for the technology research firm Gartner.
With a little planning, however, you can stay in touch and on budget.
Let's walk through the three simplest ways to do just that, from the
most obvious to more creative (and cheaper) solutions.
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