Here’s what’s new:
Previously, only Canadians could use Roam Mobility’s offerings for the U.S., but the company has since expanded their service to all international visitors to the States.
Emir Aboulhosn, Founder and CEO of Otono Networks, said in an emailed statement to iPhone in Canada, “Monthly roaming plans from domestic carriers on average cost Canadians upwards of $80 per month, giving users small data buckets plus the possibility of incurring expensive overage fees,” adding these news plans offer traveller an affordable alternative and “more flexibility” in choose the right Roam Mobility plan.
These news plans are on top of existing Daily plans and longer term Snowbird plans, for those residing in the U.S. for three months or more.
Users looking to roam in the USA require the purchase of a Roam Mobility SIM card. Next, schedule your Roam Mobility plan ahead of their travels, so once landed, all you need to do is pop in your SIM card into your unlocked iPhone (or other smartphone) and you’ll have roaming access. It’s just one alternative to roaming with Rogers, Telus or Bell (which costs about $10/day), or using a SIM card from an American carrier.
Click here to check out the new plans from Roam Mobility.