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Internet At Sea: All You Need To Know

If you are interested in taking a cruise ship tour, I can safely assume that you are from the older generation. Now I would not be surprised if you remember the good old times without any buzzing smartphones, people reading a physical newspaper instead scrolling down their news feed on Facebook, kids playing together and not on their Nintendo Switch or PS Vita. The list goes on and on.

Nonetheless, the internet and the technological advancement has become a daily norm, not only in our private life but also at work. Years ago, you were unaware of the work piling up. Nowadays, most people have a hard time not checking their phones every 15 minutes. Checking emails, important calls or text friends/family for a quick update.Continue reading

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Pocket WiFi vs SIM Card vs Data Roaming | Comparison

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You booked your airplane ticket for an amazing holiday coming up abroad. All you are looking for now is mobile internet at your destination. Free WiFi’s can be a challenge to find, not very reliable and often it is only freemium (buy a coffee to get free WiFi).
Most travelers will get a Pocket WiFi or a SIM Card for a short-term holiday. What are the differences and what is the right fit for you?

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Data roaming in Europe – How to avoid it

Data Roaming in EuropeData roaming can is a pain for travelers

Data roaming in Europe: find out the DOs and DONTs

Every traveler have already experienced trouble with data roaming. Which traveler has not undergo a bill shock when coming back from a short trip overseas. It is not rare to hear someone says that he paid several hundred dollars or euros for quick use of his phone abroad. The main reason is Roaming.

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Tourism and smartphone – How people stay connected abroad?

SmartphoneSmartphone use has evolved with travel custom

Smatphone: Find out how it has influenced the travel behaviours

A recent study conducted by CCM Benchmark shows that smartphones are more and more used when traveling abroad. Tourists are more and more willing to remain connected everywhere and anytime. Even when traveling abroad.

This study shows that 86% of tourists have brought their smartphone when they travel abroad this is far beyond the use of tablets and laptops (58% for tablets and only 33% for laptops).

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