Secrets to Using Technology Abroad
Avoid expensive hidden international roaming charges, how to unlock your phone for use in foreign countries, and the best travel apps. By a travel tech expert.Enroll Now and get Instant Access
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Learn money saving ways to use your phone overseas, compare US phone plans, find out how to get a local SIM card, how to connect to Wi-Fi abroad, which are the best devices to take, voltage considerations, backing-up photos when on the road, plus the best apps for travelers.
Dan was a Tech Consultant for 20 years before he and his wife Shyla quit their corporate jobs, and launched themselves on a seven year journey to seventy countries. Dan mastered using SIM cards abroad and now teaches you the skills and tools you need to know to get connected abroad.
These classes are regularly taught at the following community colleges - but here you can take them online at your convenience.
Dan is passionate about learning and promoting cultural travel. He believes that staying in 5-star resorts separates a person experiencing the true nature of a country, so prefers stay in local accommodation, and looks for experiences that doesn't separate a traveler from the locals.
He's been to 70 countries and shares this passion through a series of travel seminars, classes, and webinars.
StartLesson 1: SIM Cards, Wifi vs Cellular Data (5:02)
StartLesson 2: Will my phone work overseas? Is it locked? (28:50)
StartLesson 3: Comparing Cell phone plans, and where to buy SIM cards (24:24)
StartLesson 4: Making phone calls using Wifi (8:53)
StartLesson 5: Airplane Mode & Screenshots (4:30)
StartLesson 6: Smartphone Apps for Travelers (8:56)
StartLesson 7: Smartphones, Tablets, Current Technology (7:24)
StartLesson 8: Voltage Considerations & Tech Safety (15:06)
StartLesson 9: How to Backup, How to Dial, Conclusion (10:14)
Information changes. The phone plans change... the technology changes... And so does this webinar. I verify and update the information at least 4 times a year. That's the problem with a book on this subject... by the time you buy it, everything has changed.