An international SIM card can be the best way of staying connected overseas, but some travel SIM cards are much better than others. Here’s what we found.
Buying a SIM card in Poland is inexpensive and easy. Here’s what you should know.
Staying connected with a local SIM card in Rwanda is inexpensive, with good coverage and acceptable speeds. Just don’t be in a hurry when you go to buy it!
Roaming charges have been largely abolished across the European Union, but there are several details travelers still need to know to avoid unexpected costs.
It’ll take a little while to buy a SIM card in Hungary, but after that, it’s low costs and high speeds all the way.
Headed to the land of cumbia and arepas? Find out how to stay in touch during your trip to Colombia.
Namibia is a spectacular country to travel in, but it’s also huge and sparsely-populated, with cell coverage to match. Here’s all you need to know about buying and using local SIM cards there.
All you need to know about buying a SIM card in the land of beer and chocolate.
Here’s what you need to know about buying a SIM card in South Africa.
Multiple devices, one connection to the Internet. Here’s how to get around the problem.
What you should know about buying a local SIM card in Germany.
Reviewing KnowRoaming’s unique ‘SIM sticker’ roaming solution.