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The death of roaming charges

14
Dec
2013

For those who travel internationally, there are few things more agonizing than the wait to see how badly your wireless carrier will hose you for calls, messages and data while you were abroad. Roaming charges can’t die soon enough. T-Mobile’s latest “Uncarrier” move looks to take some of the sting out of international roaming for its subscribers by offering free international low-speed data and unlimited messaging in more than 100 countries, but an Israeli startup is looking to tackle the issue from a different angle. Cell Buddy will launch next year with a service that looks to simplify international travel for its customers. For $60 per year or $5 per day, customers will get a universal SIM card and access

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