It’s a challenge that most face whenever traveling internationally: what about my data?
Traveling outside of the United States can be challenging from a communications standpoint — especially if international cell phone charges are on your own dime, and not paid-for by work.
After paying absurd global data charges with Verizon Wireless ($29 for 100MB of data), and moving to a solution of changing SIM cards in different countries, I started to look for other solutions that could work in multiple countries. I wanted a solution that would allow me to use the same SIM card in multiple countries (particularly in Europe).
Keepgo offers two main products: a data SIM card and a mobile wifi hotspot.
Since I have an unlocked iPhone 6 (via Verizon), I went with the data SIM card. The advertised features of this puppy are as follows: Continue Reading →