If you’re heading to the U.S. for Spring Break, your unlocked smartphone has a couple ways to use roaming data: roam with your Canadian carrier and pay expensive rates, pop in a local SIM card, or use Roam Mobility, which allows you to setup your plan in Canada so it’s ready when you enter America.
Vancouver-based Roam Mobility has launched a new promo today, offering 25% off for new customers that subscribe to unlimited USA roaming plans before April 10, 2015. The discount will apply for a max of 7 days, on the following plans:
New users will require a Roam Mobility SIM card ($9.95 and free shipping in Canada) for their unlocked iPhone or other smartphone. Roam Mobility’s U.S. network piggybacks on T-Mobile, so it’s best to check coverage in the cities you’ll be visiting to ensure the best experience.
Click here to sign up for Roam Mobility and learn more about their offer.
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