A Guide for Accessing the Internet Traveling the World
Surprisingly, more than 4.2 billion people from different regions of the globe have access the internet and that is around 55.1 percent of the world’s total population. With that number you may think that accessing the internet anyplace is simple, but the truth is that is it not. You may find it hard to rely on the internet in some parts of the world, more so when traveling to less developed countries. Not getting internet access while traveling can be a headache. You can imagine how it harder it can be for those 70 percent of the people working at least once in a week. The fortunate news is that you can have internet access while traveling through various means and the article will guide you on them. Read through the guide below and get rid of the worry of feeling like you are in an island with no contact with the outside world.
You can get rid of the stress and worries by renting a pocket WiFi before taking your flight to your desired destination. Bear in mind that they move quite fast during the peak seasons and it would be better to make bookings the pocket WiFi a few weeks before your travel. The gadgets are the companion of every traveler since they are more economical than roaming. Perhaps the one thing that makes them quite a good option to travelers is their portability, meaning that they can be carried around as you move and get internet going. On top of that, you can connect more than a few devices to it meaning that you and your friends or family can always have internet connection. The best thing about it all is that the rented devices can be picked from the airport. There are providers that also offer to make deliveries to your hotel or the place of accommodation while touring. After your stay is over and you planning to leave, getting them back to the providers is not a problem since there are airport booths that you can drop the devices off.
In some states like the Philippines, they offer travelers free SIM cards, and you can use them for internet access. Countries like that provide the SIM cards once you get through the immigration and custom at the airport. Moreover, your airline may also offer you a coupon for the giveaway, and you will only use it to get the SIM card once you have landed. The good thing is that you will not be paying a cent for the 3G/4G/LTE internet connection and usage while in the country.
When traveling to a destination that will not offer free SIMs to travelers, you can also purchase the roaming SIM cards at the airport. To some extent the data roaming SIM cards are the same to the free tourist SIMS the difference is in the data plans; the data plans are better in the roaming SIMs.