Stay connected in Europe Europe consists of many countries and cities that attracts both business and leisure travelers alike. Whether you’re interested in history, romance or fashion, Europe has plenty of locations for you to travel to. Although European roaming costs have started to decrease for Europeans, it can still be very costly to … Continue reading How to use mobile data in Europe?
For many people the first thing that comes to mind when using their cell phone abroad is “How much is this call costing me?” Many people take their cell phones but don’t end up using them out of fear of a large bill on their doorstep. There is the option of buying a local SIM … Continue reading Europe SIM Card: Roaming with your Cell
Option 1: Don’t take your cell phone with you! Stop reading…this post is not for you. Option 2: Take your cell phone, turn off all data services and don’t make any calls. Sure, this will save you a fortune in voice and data roaming charges, but what’s the point? You might be lucky enough to … Continue reading Using a Cell Phone in Europe: International Roaming Without the Massive Bill
Here are some travel apps which can help when traveling abroad and make your experience much more carefree and enjoyable. 1. Just Landed Just Landed is the perfect app for when you are picking friends or family up from the airport. It can track inbound flights and reminds you when it is time to go … Continue reading 5 Must Have Apps for Travel
If you are going on a long haul flight but you are worried about the jet lag, here are some tips to put you at ease. It important to adjust as quickly as you can to your new time zone, otherwise you’ll end up spending too much time sleeping in the day. Make the most … Continue reading Tips to Beat Jet Lag
If you’ve been in London for the Olympics and you didn’t bother to buy a UK SIM card or a European SIM card for the journey you might well have a big angry bill to wrestle with come the end of the month. Typical charges range from $1.29 with Verizon all the way up to … Continue reading What’s your bill likely to be like after London 2012