by VickyB6
Visitor

What is the cheapest way of accessing data when in USA

I’m going to the USA for 2 weeks what is the cheapest option for me being able to access my data while there? 

Thanks

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: What is the cheapest way of accessing data when in USA

@VickyB6   Purchase a add on.  Text RO AMERICA to 150 to see your options 

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: What is the cheapest way of accessing data when in USA

  1. Being on an EE Max Plan.
  2. Buying the Go Further Roaming Add-on for 6 months @ £10 / month.
  3. Buying a roaming data add-on as in https://ee.co.uk/help/add-ons-benefits-and-plans/call-or-going-abroad/roaming-costs/countries/usa .
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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: What is the cheapest way of accessing data when in USA

  1. The Travel Data Pass for 2 weeks using every day costs £67.20.
  2. The Go Further add-on costs £60 & also includes calls & texts.
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