For just about everyone, tablets, smartphones and other portable devices have almost become an essential item when packing for a holiday. Whether you use it for catching up on some TV, reading an ebook, navigating a map or simply as a telephone, these devices are great pieces of tech to travel with.
However, everyone will be very familiar with nightmarish tales of added network and data roaming charges when abroad. These often go unnoticed until you arrive home, at which point you realise that you’ve been charged an eye-watering amount for using your phone or tablet abroad.
Just take a look at this incredibly extreme example from the Mail Online in which a British holidaymaker got charged £20,000 for using her phone abroad in Turkey. Unfortunately, tales such as this can put people off taking their mobile devices altogether, which doesn’t need to be the case.
Everything You Need To Know About Using Your Phone & Tablet Abroad
You can learn all about how to use your mobile tech as much as you want on your next holiday by reading this infographic from silverdoor.co.uk
Titled ‘Everything You Need To Know About Using Your Phone & Tablet Abroad’, it covers every bit of advice from getting in touch with your network provider before the trip to explaining which apps are the safest to use to restrict data usage.
You can read all about these tips and more by checking out the infographic for yourself below.
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