Review: Hands On With Roam Mobility’s Liberty Mobile Hotspot [Video]

Liberty Hotspot

We’ve all heard the stories of Canadians who’ve traveled south only to return to massive cell phone bills because of roaming charges. While Canadian wireless companies have made roaming plans for people heading to the US a little more affordable, it can still be quite expensive especially if you need a lot of data.

Canadian company Roam Mobility provides another option for Canadian travellers. We’ve featured them on this blog numerous times, and today they announced they’ve started selling their SIM cards at Best Buy and Future Shop locations across Canada.

Recently our expert video producer Kris Meador had the opportunity to try out Roam Mobility’s Liberty Mobile Hotspot. Here is his video review of it in action down in Phoenix, Arizona:

YouTube video

As Kris points out when you’re in an area supported by T-Mobile, the Liberty Mobile Hotspot works great. You can even get 4G speeds in some areas. So it’s important to check the Roam Mobility website’s coverage map before you deciding to use Roam Mobility’s services.

If you’re headed to the US and you plan to use a lot of data, the Liberty Mobile Hotspot may the perfect option just in time for spring break. You can get a refurbished unit for 50% off here at $49.95.

Also: Don’t forget to subscribe’s to Kris’ YouTube channel to stay up to date on his latest reviews.

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