Tag: roaming

The Result of Prepaid Abroad’s International Data Roaming Offer

Earlier this month I wrote about Prepaid Abroad and their offer of 10GB valid for thirty days for €42.90 which is significantly more generous than many other offers in the global marketplace. I guess the most important thing about the offer was was it worth shelling out the money? Aside from a minor hiccup with …

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International Data Roaming on the Cheap with Prepaid Abroad

In a week my wife will be going on a trip to Denmark and of course she will be taking her iPhone and iPad both as a means to stay in touch and capture highlights along the way. However, Denmark doesn’t seem to have any great local deals for data packs and none of the …

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Cut Your Mobile Roaming Costs with Truphone

For some of us international travel doesn’t come around that often but if anything is certain mobile roaming costs can blow a serious hole in your budget if you don’t tightly control your phone calls (both inbound and outbound) as well as your data usage (which can be frightfully expensive at $20 per megabyte). Whilst …

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Amazon Kindle DX (Second Generation – Global 3G) Preview

A few days ago I published the unboxing video for the Amazon Kindle DX (second generation global 3G model) Today, I recorded the preview video to show you around the Amazon Kindle DX and you’ll get a look at its larger E Ink display. I’ll also show you some of the experimental features including text to …

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Amazon Kindle DX (Second Generation – Global 3G) Unboxing

It took nine days but my new

Amazon Kindle Global 3G + Wi-Fi Preview

Yesterday I published the unboxing video for the Amazon Kindle (Global 3G + Wi-Fi model) Today, I recorded the preview video to show you around the Amazon Kindle itself. Also, you’ll get a look at its E Ink display to see how it performs as well as a peek at its experimental web browser based upon …

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Amazon Kindle Global 3G + Wi-Fi Unboxing

It took six weeks but my wife’s brand new

Australia Needs More Free Wi-Fi

Throughout our travels during our holiday I have noticed that other countries tend to have far more generous coverage when it comes to Wi-Fi access. Many hotel lobbies and rooms will include some form of access (be it paid or free) and even trains and buses here in Europe have complimentary Wi-Fi. Airports are also …

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