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Verizon iDevice usage in Spain and England

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This summer, my wife and I will be traveling to with a group to Southern Spain for 10 days and Southern England for another 10 days. We both are used to using our verizon iPhone 5s's quite a bit for voice calls, texts, maps, etc. We also each have iPads 3s for internet, maps, etc. While overseas we're hoping to make a few local calls (restaurants, etc), text home occasionally, phone if there's an emergency, and casually check the internet for things. After quite a bit of reading online I'm fairly overwhelmed and needing direction on the best route for our usage. Sim card, verizon global services.....

Any help would be tremendously appreciated!

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