Travel Phones at a Glance

Traveling without the proper phone is going to make business much more painful than necessary: spikes in bills, patchy service, the whole works. Sometimes it’s easier to buy plain old internationals phonesthan to deal with ones that only work in a handful of countries. Think of having a Sprint or Verizon phone abroad. Some countries use different wave lengths for phones and therefore, your phone that you thought you could unlock in a different county, doesn’t seem to work correctly. Save your money and the headache–buy an international phone.

Having a reliable phone that will keep you connected no matter where you are in the world is not only good for business; it’s good for your sanity. For some, being able to stay in touch with family and friends is more important than anything else. No one enjoys high roaming prices when trying to contact loved ones. There are phones available with cheap roaming; it’s all just a matter of doing research and finding one with a package that suits your lifestyle.

It’s also handy to purchase international sim cards for travel phones in the off-chance the original sim is damaged. People who travel for a living are better of having all of the supplies on back-up and losing important contacts can be devastating to international connections. Forget planners or address books because it’s a high-tech world now. Keep everything compacted onto one back-up sim card and sleep soundly knowing you’ve covered all your bases.

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