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I'm going to be in Italy for about a month and want to get a SIM card for my iPad. I want to use the interactive maps feature on my iPad while I am driving the countryside and walking in cities. I've never tried this before and have usually walked/driven around unfolding and folding up maps. I could use some advice.

Questions:
1. Has anyone done this? Does it work?
2. If I used the mapping app every day for 27 days, how much data will I use and/or how much should it cost? I know this is a big question, but any ballpark answer would be helpful.
3. Can I turn the SIM card on and off when I am not using it? Many of the hotels we're staying in have WiFi.
4. Any other advice would be so appreciated.

Thanks for any help you can give,
Suzanne

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