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Skyroam International WiFi Hotspot for $69.99 + Free shipping + 5 Free Days of service

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Save $30 off the $99.99 price.
5 Free days of service (must purchase by 5/31/16 to get the 5 free day passes -- but may be extended)
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Global Coverage / Unlimited Data / Up to 5 Devices / Day passes at low at $8

Your personal WiFi Hotspot whenever you travel internationally

It's easier than ever to get online around the world with Skyroam Hotspot. Turn it on, register once, get a 24-hour daypass, connect, and start surfing! No roaming fees, same reasonable price in all 90+ covered countries.

This is a land based system and does not work on cruise ships unless in port/cell tower range.

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Thank you.  This is intriguing, but there's not much access to information about the product through the page you linked. Here is the homepage, which answers many more questions...

Has anybody actually used this that can add to the discussion?

What carriers will it use? I am planning a trip where no Sprint coverage is available. There is AT&T, and Verizon seems to be the primary best carrier.

Theoretically, the Freedompop Global hotspot (Novatel Mifi2 with Freedompop's global SIM card) is supposed to do the same thing. The difference is that Freedompop offers a monthly 1GB data plan for $14 which is cheaper if you're going to be using it more than a few days. Also, the Freedompop Global hotspot is supposed to work in the USA also (I think). It would be nice to hear how well either of these hotspots has worked.

I just bought it for use in Italy and Spain
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GottaHavaFatWallet said:   Thank you.  This is intriguing, but there's not much access to information about the product through the page you linked. Here is the homepage, which answers many more questions...

  Thanks for the additional link. There's still not a lot of detail on the device. Anyone know how it connects to the network? Through terrestrial cellular? If so, is it 4G? Wondering what kind of data rates you might expect when using it.And what carriers would be used when using it outside the US? Etc. etc.

Hope this helps.  Sounds like it'll be pretty slow.  After 350mb in a day, goes down to 2g speeds.  Unlimited, but 2g.
[L=http://www.skyroam.com/support said: What]http://www.skyroam.com/support]What[/L] Is The Daily (24-Hours) Data Allowance Like?Modified on: Thu, 16 Jun, 2016 at 5:35 PM
With each Skyroam daily service package or "global daypass," you get 24-hours of unlimited internet on up to 5 devices. There is absolutely no data cutoff! Each 24-hour daypass provides access to the fastest network globally (HSPA+) ,with speeds up to a 3G/4G hybrid. This may vary from country-to-country depending on local data networks. The daypass is modeled to provide the best possible experience to Skyroam customers, so the vast majority of users only get fastest speeds. If there is high usage (over 350MB) within 24-hours, the connection with go to a lighter 2G speed, which is great for e-mail, web surfing, social media, apps, messaging, and WiFi calling. Data always resets with the next global daypass. Note: Skyroam is not optimized for video services like YouTube, Netflix or other heavy streaming activities.



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