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Cell Phones and Data Plans

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I know I may be that guy at some tourist site talking on my cell phone and for that I apologize now. However, if I didn't have my phone and computer with me I would turn a 26 day vacation to a 7 day vacation. I have tried to search on the internet and this forum regarding Belizian Data plans. Presently my carrier offers a plan that gives me about 150 minutes of talk, 100 mb of data and 200 texts. Is there anything compareable in Belize. Is my Data plan going to be worthless in the Mountain Pine Region? The data is what I really need unfortunately. I probably will use 200 mb of data during my stay unless I can figure out a way to access my information through my computer before it gets sent to my phone. Are most remote spots dial up or nothing at all? Any ideas other than leave my work at home which I would love to do. I know of a few internet cafes from past trips when I wasn't as connected.

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