Skyroam Hotspot, "Internet and WiFi On The Go Without Paying For Roaming Charges

Skyroam Hotspot Review

Connecting to the internet while traveling international may be a bit tricky as well as pricey. Dealing with expensive roaming charges, having to switch out or to buy new SIM Card and unlocking your phone are just some of the problem we face just to be able to connect to the internet. May I ask, how important is staying connected when you travel abroad?

To me, being connected to the internet is very important when I travel. It lets me share my travel experience to my friends and stay connected to my family back home. When we were in Japan few months ago for a Familiarization Tour organized by Cebu Pacific Air, we rented a portable WiFi hotspot so we can always be connected to the internet. Prepaid sim cards are not available, so renting a portable WiFi Hotspot is the best choice. I don't remember the name of the WiFi rental provider, but it really made our trip more enjoyable as we stayed connected to the internet anytime.

So, now I'm wondering... The next time I travel abroad, how can I connect to the internet at the cheapest possible cost?

Skyroam Hotspot Review

Skyroam Hotspot

Good thing, I was introduced to Skyroam Hotspot. It is a global WiFi provider that enables travelers to stay connected to the internet in more than 70 countries - including all top travel destinations - via its personal WiFi hotspot for just $10 a day for unlimited data. How cool is that?

Technical Specs

Wi-Fi Connection Connect up to 5 devices
Supports 802.11b/g/n
SIM Card No SIM required to access Skyroam global internet service
Optionally, a SIM can be inserted to support a home carrier plan
Network HSPA+/WCDMA:850/900/1900/2100 MHz(3G/4G)
EDGE/GPRS:850/900/1800/1900 MHz(2G)
Maximum download speed: 42 Mbps
Maximum upload speed: 21 Mbps
Power 8 hours usage time
123 hours standby time
Micro-USB charging port
Size 4.2 inches x 2.3 inches x 0.8 inches
In the Box Skyroam Hotspot
Micro USB cable

How does it work?

The device works using a virtual SIM technology and seamlessly connects the Skyroam hotspot to local carriers for unlimited daily usage for up to 5 devices. All you need to do is turn on the device, register once and activate your day pass. And since it is "pay-as-you-go," you will only be charged per day. So, whether you use it everyday, or every other day, you only only activate the "day pass" when you really need it.

Skyroam Hotspot Review

Skyroam is available in the following countries:

The Americas
Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, United States

Albania, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vatican

Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan , South Korea, Kazakhstan, Macao, Malaysia, Maldives, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Vietnam

South Pacific
Australia, Christmas Island, New Zealand, Fiji

Egypt, Ghana, Mauritius, South Africa

Middle East
Israel, Qatar, Turkey, United Arab Emirates

To know more about Skyroam, Hotspot, visit their website at www.skyroam.com

If you travel frequently and need certainty to connect to the Internet to read some emails, update your social media accounts or do some work, Skyroam is definitely a handy companion.

I'm quite excited to use this in one of my future travels abroad. Now, it's easier than ever to get online around the world using Skyroam Hotspot!


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