Tag: Connected Traveler

What is a Pocket WiFi & How to Use It?

As technology advances so do our concerns and interests. It is important being informed about new products which could possibly make our lives better. Pocket WiFi's are one of those. Yesterday we were sending carrier pigeons; nowadays we have the gift of communication in the palm of our hands.

Thus you need to learn a few things about the Pocket WiFi. Also, you need to know how to use it, as well as their advantages and how to find the best portable internet on the market.

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Why We Love Pocket WiFi’s & You Should Too! | Pocket WiFi Advantages

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Nowadays being connected to the internet is a very important aspect of our life. Our work, relationships and many other things may depend on the reliability & speed of our connection.

Day after day we can surprise ourselves by admiring all the gadgets and items made to improve our life. Yesterday we were writing letters which would be answered maybe months later.

Today we lose our mind if our texts are not responded in seconds. Thus, tech has done it well, it has shortened the distances and it allows us being connected no matter what. Pocket WiFi is a proof of it.

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How You Can Find Free WiFi Anywhere You Go

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The moon belongs to everyone; the best things in life are free. The stars belong to everyone; they gleam there for you and me. The flowers in spring, the robins that sing, the moonbeams that shine, they're yours, they're mine and love can come to everyone, the best things in life are free.

Beautiful song from The Voice Frank Sinatra and he is right, the best things are free, like WiFi near me.

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Internet At Sea: All You Need To Know

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If you are interested in taking a cruise ship tour, I can safely assume that you are from the older generation. Now I would not be surprised if you remember the good old times without any buzzing smartphones, people reading a physical newspaper instead scrolling down their news feed on Facebook, kids playing together and not on their Nintendo Switch or PS Vita. The list goes on and on.

Nonetheless, the internet and the technological advancement has become a daily norm, not only in our private life but also at work. Years ago, you were unaware of the work piling up. Nowadays, most people have a hard time not checking their phones every 15 minutes. Checking emails, important call [...]

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World Cup 2018: Moscow Travel Guide

The controversial choice that the 2018 FIFA World Cup will take place in Russia should not prevent millions of football fans to find their enjoyment.

From June 14 ‘til July 15, the best national teams worldwide will battle out in 64 games and across 11 cities who will be the next World Champion.

Maybe Portugal will be able to defend their title from 2014.

Most fans will watch the games from their home, but what about those who want to go to Russia?

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Pocket WiFi vs SIM Card vs Data Roaming | Comparison

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You booked your airplane ticket for an amazing holiday coming up abroad. All you are looking for now is mobile internet at your destination. Free WiFi’s can be a challenge to find, not very reliable and often it is only freemium (buy a coffee to get free WiFi).

Most travelers will get a Pocket WiFi or a SIM Card for a short-term holiday. What are the differences and what is the right fit for you?

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Free WiFi Paris : A good but flawed solution to stay connected in the French capital

Every day, we rely a little bit more on the Internet and our connected devices. It's even more important when you're traveling abroad, because of the lack of orientation in an unknown country. The internet can guide you to get around, discover the best sightseeing opportunities or explore the best local coffee shops & restaurant! That's why if you want to visit Paris in good conditions, you need a fast and reliable connection to the internet.

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