After reviewing the international plans for major US wireless carriers, it became obvious they’re all pretty bad. Your data is heavily restricted, requiring a daily fee which can cost an extra $100+ on a seven-day vacation. That’s when I learned about Google Fi, and how for most travelers, it’s the best option.

Each of the four major carriers requires some version of a data pass for calling, texting, and a limited amount of 4G data. And for the two carriers that offer some international coverage without a data pass, it’s limited to 2G.

Then there is Google Fi. Google’s MVNO manages to bring… more


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