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Roam Mobility Unveils Unlimited Data Roaming Plans for as Little as $1 per Day

Roam Mobility, Canada’s independent roaming replacement provider, rolled out new pricing, plans, and unlimited data for Canadian travellers who want affordable talk, text, and data while in the USA.

In early July, the company broke the news about its new 4G LTE network, which offers faster data speeds, enhanced coverage, and more.

“In two years, Roam has completely re-invented cross-border roaming for Canadians,” says Emir Aboulhosn, CEO of Roam Mobility. “Our new 4G LTE network is powering the next leap forward in terms of roaming plans, features, and rates.”

Customers who purchase a one-time upgrade to the Roam Mobility 4G LTE Network for $1.95 can now access:  

  • New Text+Data plan: The new Text+Data plan offers unlimited texting and unlimited data for $1.95 per day. Data is throttled to slower speeds which is fast enough for email and social media updates.
  • Unlimited data: Now our Talk+Text+Data, Text+Data, and Snowbird Plan all include unlimited data. Plans that include high-speed 4G LTE data will now provide unlimited data at a lower speed when your high-speed data is used. So no matter how much data you use, you’ll always stay connected.
  • Data Bolt-ons: Add high-speed 4G LTE data to any plan with our new Data Bolt-ons. Available in 300MB for $5.95, 500MB for $9.95 and 1GB for $14.95.
  • New pricing: All Talk+Text+Data, Talk+Text and Text+Data rates are now just $1 per day after your initial 14 days.**
  • Flex Scheduling: Now customers can buy any Talk+Text+Data, Talk+Text or Text+Data plan for any number of days up to a maximum of 60 days.
  • Flexible Snowbird plan: Customers can now add 1-month increments as needed to their 3-month Snowbird plan up to a maximum of 6 months.

Roam Mobility is a telecommunications provider focused on delivering innovative, affordable solutions and products for mobile users around the world.

Since 2012, Roam Mobility has led the development of cross-border solutions to help Canadians avoid roaming fees and stay connected while travelling. 

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