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T Mobile Plan Super for Travelling

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I have to admit. I have always been a fan of local sim cards. I just finished a trip to Europe with my T mobile plan and I have to tell youj; for the most part local sim cards are no longer really necessary if you have that plan. 20¢ a minute for calls throughout Europe (and lots of other countries too) even some like Turkey which is not part of the eu. Unlimited text and even more importantly unlimited data for $50/month. The unlimited data functioned really well although many more hotels seem to have free wifi available (although in some cases, disconnecting from the hotel's wifi gave me faster data with the tmobile plan. In Britain, I did use an O2 sim card with 2p/minute for calls to the USA and other places in Europe but elsewhere, the t mobile plan was very much sufficient. No hassles with language and local sims and, for example, using radio.com was able to listen to my home town radio stations each night when trying to get asleep. Didn't miss a beat.

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