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Is This The Best Option For International Data?

There's no doubt that staying connected while traveling abroad has gotten exponentially easier in the last few years. While options for local SIM cards and rentable My-Fi devices have expanded, U.S.-based cellular carriers have started offering competitive packages that allow you to use your phone as you would in the States, affordably. Ben's a fan of T-Mobile. Tiffany prefers her Google-Fi.
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