WiFi for travel: how to connect to the internet when I’m traveling?

WiFi for travel: how to connect to the internet when I’m traveling?

Did you know? Check here how you can surf the Internet when you are traveling.
Did you know? Check here how you can surf the Internet when you are traveling.

The WiFi connection will always be essential when the user is away from home and also does not have enough data to connect to social networks. This is why they usually stick to public WiFis.

However, these options are not very efficient since the signal is ineffective in most cases. Likewise, this occurs when the person is traveling and cannot find a way to communicate immediately.

Therefore, here we show you some ways for you to connect to the internet when you are out for a walk. Check all the steps below.

IF YOU TRAVEL TO ANY COUNTRY OF THE EUROPE UNION

If you want to start your journey through Spain or through any country that is part of the European Union, you must remember that your operator will offer you roaming at no additional cost. That means that you can make calls and surf the internet at no cost.

You will have the same limits and prices as in Spain. You only need to have roaming activated on your mobile to navigate without any problem.

IF YOU ARE TRAVELING TO A NON-EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRY

In case you travel to a country that is not part of the European Union, things change completely. If you find yourself in this situation, you will no longer be able to access free roaming outside the community territory. But don’t worry, in this type of problem there are different solutions.

First, you can use your usual SIM (mobile chip). The operators usually make special rates for those who are outside the EU, and you should stick with it.

If your trip is long, you can purchase a prepaid SIM at the destination where you are. However, there the prices vary and you will have to anticipate that detail.

About the rate, there is another thing that you should take into account. You must make sure you have the necessary gigabytes, whether you opt for tethering with your mobile or if you use a 4G or 5G router.

Rachel Maga
Rachel Maga is a technology journalist currently working at Globe Live Media agency. She has been in the Technology Journalism field for over 5 years now. Her life's biggest milestone is the inside tour of Tesla Industries, which was gifted to her by the legend Elon Musk himself.