Traveling to the United States for a getaway?
Need data for your social media activities, finding travel destinations, and checking email?
Good News! Flexiroam is offering the cheapest data plan compared to other network providers in the United States.
We are not kidding! Getting connected in the United States is now cheaper. And if you are smart enough, getting a Flexiroam Local US Data Plan is a no brainer.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
According to our latest research, compared to other networks in the US, Flexiroam offers the cheapest data available!
Not by 20%, not by 50%, but 66.78% cheaper! (compared to Roam mobility, T-Mobile & AT&T)
Why use these carriers if you can get Flexiroam data which is cheaper, and it can connect you to the fastest network available in your area. Flexiroam partnered with 580+ telecom providers worldwide so network signal is not an issue.
And if you share this data too with your friends and family using FlexiShare!
How To Get The Flexioram u.s Local Data Plans?
Here are a few steps you should follow.
Step One: Get your microchip or starter pack from our Online Shop.
Step Two: Download our Flexiroam X App from Google Play Store or from the iOS App Store. Without the Flexiroam X App, you will NOT be able to activate and use the microchip. The app is free for you to download.
Step Three: Follow your activation guidelines and start roaming.
Step Four: Buy Xtra Data from the App with these steps.
(i) Click ‘Get Xtra Data‘ on the App’s home page.
(ii) At the top of the ‘Get Xtra Data‘ page, click ‘Local Data‘ (next to the ‘Global Data’ tab).
(iii) Search for the local data plan of your choice in the search box (insert full name of your intended destination with the right spelling). Type United States and the United States plan will pop up.
(iv) In the local data plan page, set your arrival date, then choose the data size you want and complete your purchase.
LOCAL DATA PLAN TIP!
SPECIAL OFFER 50% OFF ON ALL USA LOCAL DATA PLANS!
Buy 90 days ahead and get 70% off!
Remember that data is only valid to use in the United States (Not including Canada and territories of US)
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