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Roam Mobility aims to help Canadians save a lot of money on voice and data roaming fees when they visit the U.S. Here's how it works -- you take your unlocked GSM iPhone with you to the U.S., and instead of paying between $1 and $30/mb roaming fees from the big carriers, you simply pick up Roam Mobility microSIM card, slap it in, and start saving. (You can also get data sticks, dumb phones, and miniSIMs as well.)

There are several plans and pricing options, from pay-as-you-go to pre-paid, and you can get both voice and data services. You don't have to sign up for a contract. Check out the link below for all the details.

Source: Roam Mobility via Android Central

Jared DiPane

Jared is based in the US and writes for CrackBerry.com, Android Central, and TiPb. When not being a geek on his phone he loves to fish -- especially deep-sea fishing,

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Fake says:

If you are using an iphone, I think you have to modify the t-mobile sim card to fit.http://www.macworld.com/article/160588/2011/06/unlockediphone4_tmobile.html
I think you can only get 2g speeds, so you could just go with the $2/day plan. I haven't tried this, but perhaps I will look into it before my next trip to the states.

David says:

Modifying a SIM card isn't worth it. The Roam talk+text seems great and the liberty hotspot looks even better. Really want that thing

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