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If you are from the United States, your smartphone might be “locked” to AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon (preventing you from using other service providers).

This can limit your options for using cheap international cell phone & data service overseas.

There are a few options for travelers to keep in touch on the road with international cell phone service and data plans.

It usually costs $2 – $10 to buy a local SIM card — which you can then fill with talk time or data on demand.

Depending on the country, service can be extremely cheap. Even if you’re only traveling somewhere for a week, it’s still cheaper than renting a wifi hotspot for $10 a day, plus you can make regular local phone calls!

At the moment I travel with a factory unlocked i Phone 7 I bought without a contract (which means you have to pay full price for the phone, normally phones are subsidized by AT&T or Verizon).

When I’m visiting the United States, I use a Net 10 Wireless prepaid SIM card that gives me unlimited talk & text plus 4GB of data for around $50 a month with no contract.

One option is to buy a separate cheap unlocked international phone to use specifically when you’re traveling.

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