Verizon recently released an attractive offer for international cell phone service which may be of interest to those taking an international golf trip or traveling to one of the 65 participating countries.
— The Points Guy (@thepointsguy) November 13, 2015
Verizon clients traveling internationally can now opt in to TravelPass, which allows you to take your talk, text and data allowances with you. It’s an economical way to stay connected while you travel because you’re only charged on the days you use your device abroad, and that cost is just $10 per day in most locations.
[Tweet “Verizon Offers New International Cell Phone Option #TravelPass #TravelTips #Mobile”]
While other providers like Sprint and T-Mobile offer free roaming, Verizon’s 3G and 4G service is a vast upgrade compared to competitors’ slow 2G options. Whether or not TravelPass is the answer, it’s certainly another viable option to consider when planning to travel abroad.
Have you tried TravelPass? Share your experience with Verizon’s new plan.
— PerryGolf (@PerryGolf) November 16, 2015
About the Author: Harrison Gould is the Social Media Marketing Manager of PerryGolf, a leading provider of international golf vacations. You can find him on Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.