By now, it was late in the morning at the data center, and the team seemed to be finally arriving. “Late as usual,” the analyst thought. By now, he had formed a very negative opinion of the team here, with which he had been immersed for almost a week.
When it comes to getting connected, mobile users are flocking to Wi-Fi. Surveys confirm this point, showing that Wi-Fi is indeed the preferred connectivity bearer. To boot, Wi-Fi will soon carry more than 60 percent of all global mobile data. And that percentage is even larger if you isolate smartphone and tablet data.
We all want to travel with WiFi, but when we leave our country we find that we do not have the Internet connection we need, either to contact our relatives, to be able to search for information that allows us to move in the new country of destination or simply to use social networks.
I’m sure you already have your vacation itinerary for this summer. Destination, transfers, accommodation, excursions, luggage… but do you have any plans on how you are going to connect to the Internet? If you travel abroad and you are going to use your cell phone or any other device, the first term you should know is Roaming and how you can save when you travel abroad.