Best Carrier for U.S. Based Travelers
So Izabella and I are always going back and forth on who's cellphone carrier is better: AT&T(Izabella) or T-Mobile(Danny). Now before you roll your eyes I know that back in the day this would have been no contest and AT&T would be the winner hands down. However, T-Mobile has really upped its game in the past couple of years and has come up with some very compelling reasons to switch to them, especially if you are a frequent traveler.
As someone who for a long time was not a fan of T-Mobile, I can definitely understand this sentiment. Their coverage was just not great and they didn't even offer the iPhone. Now however, they have become my best friend since we are both traveling out of the country so often. No feeling is more reassuring then arriving in an unknown land and knowing that you will have unlimited data to navigate and find cool things to do wherever you are. To top it off, T-Mobile even offers wifi calling in the event that you need to try to reach landlines or people who are not using communication apps such as whatsapp and skype. For free!!! This perk has been so useful that Izabella has even started contemplating making the switch. And to make things even better, T-Mobile offers no contracts so you can join without having to worry at all about being locked into a multiyear contract. So if you are unhappy with your current provider or are looking for an affordable way to stay connected when traveling abroad we highly recommend you take a look at T-Mobile.
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