Roam Mobility Announces New 4G LTE Network for Canadians Travelling to USA

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If you’re heading to the U.S. this summer and want to save on voice and data roaming, Roam Mobility has you covered. The Vancouver-based company has announced its new 4G LTE network is set to kick in July 7, and will automatically transition registered SIM cards to the faster network (customers will receive an email).

Roam Mobility’s USA network is tied to T-Mobile, which recently announced new 4G LTE coverage, meaning major cities such as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Dallas, Seattle, Atlanta, Miami and others will now have faster data access.

“Our 4G LTE Network doesn’t just bring faster data speeds,” says Emir Aboulhosn, CEO of Roam Mobility. “It’s the first of many new services we’ll be announcing in the coming weeks that we expect to have a big impact on Canadian roaming services.”

Roam Mobility also announced new plans are coming in the coming weeks, such as ones featuring unlimited data, easier plan scheduling, international long-distance and lower introductory pricing. The company will also add the ability to choose any area code for your Roam phone number and also add USA number porting to Roam as well.

The advantage of Roam Mobility is you get to schedule and setup your plan before your trip in Canada, so it will seamlessly kick in once you arrive in the USA. Sure, you could also setup a local SIM card when you arrive but that takes away time from your precious vacation.

You can read our review of the service here and our hands-on with their Liberty Mobile Hotspot here.

Click here to learn more about Roam Mobility’s plans.