In Canada, I am spoiled using my unlimited calling feature on my cell plan. With the abiltity to use my airtime and data anywhere in Canada, this country has become smaller.
Travelling to the USA, though, has always been a pain though, with super high roaming fees for voice and astronomical fees for data.
For the last few years, I have used Roam Mobility. While I do have a separate number for my Roam Mobility plan, i love the experience and the price. And actually having a different number than my Canadian cell actually helps me get off the grid so I can enjoy my time away.
Starting July 7, folks who use Roam Mobility can experience blazing-fast 4G LTE data speeds, with improved coverage across the USA, with the launch of the highs-speed data in cities such as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Dallas, Seattle, Atlanta, Miami, and many others.
Customers with compatible devices can take advantage of these faster speeds and upcoming features with their existing Roam Mobility SIM cards after a one-time upgrade is enabled.
“Our 4G LTE Network doesn’t just bring faster data speeds,” says Emir Aboulhosn, CEO of Roam Mobility. “It’s the first of many new services we’ll be announcing in the coming weeks that we expect to have a big impact on Canadian roaming services.”
Today’s news builds on months of development and focus for the Vancouver-based company, which launched back in 2012 and has since become the leading independent roaming service for Canadians travelling south of the border through its hundreds of retailer partners and nearly 2000 locations.
In the coming weeks, Roam Mobility will make a series of announcements around new plans and features. “We are always engaging our customers for feedback as we strive to make our products even better” says Emir. “Our new plans will include features such as unlimited data, easier plan scheduling, international long-distance calling, and lower introductory pricing.”
For more on Roam’s new 4G LTE Network, visit www.roammobility.com/lte-network-upgrade