I’ll never bring my phone on an international flight again. Neither should you.
Quincy Larson

While traveling in Asia years ago, I adopted the practice of using an inexpensive GSM-based phone with a SIM card for the local cell carrier (purchased at any convenience store). I wasn’t concerned about the security aspect, but it was much cheaper than using my US carrier’s international roaming service. I carried my important phone numbers with me in my (paper) notebook. You just need to notify relevant contacts of your new phone number and have your home cell phone calls forwarded to that number.

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