Cell phone roaming charges in Jamaica
by Anthony Williams
(S. Wales, UK)
Your article on cell phone rental in Jamaica was a real interesting piece.
Not only did it make me more aware of using mobile phones in Jamaica, but it also gave more insight into the expensive nature of international roaming.
If I ever find the chance to visit Jamaica I'll definitely know where to head to get my celluar phone.Editor's Note
Thank you for the feedback Anthony. We are glad that you found the article insightful.
With that knowledge, I am positive that you have (or will save) a few hundred dollars on your next vacation - in Jamaica or not :-)
There is another option where vacationers can buy a local phone and then purchase credit/minutes during the time of stay here, but that is probably more economical for those staying a longer period of time.
Please be sure to share the information with friends or associates you think might find it equally useful.
Related: How to send free text to Jamaica
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