But when we travel, this relationship with technology often multiplies. It is normal that we want to share with the world the wonders we get to know, that we want our friends and acquaintances to see those photos or videos of the incredible places we are.
We arrive at each destination and spend our time taking hundreds of pictures, of every landscape, people, buildings or food. Because, let’s be honest, it’s the easiest thing in the world, you just pull out your cell phone and that’s it: you get all the pictures you want in one click. What’s the next step? Well, it’s obvious to share them, right? Uploading your favorite photos and videos to your favorite social networks, as well as sharing experiences with your loved ones (by writing to them and even calling them on the phone).
The problem arises when you travel to another country and want to use your mobile data to download this type of content. I’ve known people who, after returning from a trip, have paid astronomical amounts of money to use their cell phones in Mexico thanks to the famous roaming. How can you access the internet in Mexico when you are traveling but not paying huge roaming fees using your cell phone data? Today we are going to tell you how and in what ways you can do it when you go on a trip.
The goal is that after reading this article, you will know what the situation is in general for accessing the Internet in some parts of the world, and you can choose the one that suits your needs and budget.