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Looks like it'll be option 1 unless you can get a good roaming deal at home before leaving. I travel a lot between the two countries and also only really care about data, as far as I know there's no prepaid-SIM that even allows roaming between the two. For a long time I was using dual SIMs RedPocket / Koodo, it seem though the best option is getting a US ...
Not a complete answer, but I used Similicious during a month long trip to Canada from the UK last year. Can't fault them. I took data only (used skype for calls, but they have voice/data plans), they asked about where I'd be to ensure best provider (was primarily in Alberta so got Rogers and 4G for most of the trip) and device to ensure correct sim type was ...
Disclaimer: I have never been to Trinidad. Digicel is a mobile telephone/internet provider in many Caribbean countries. I have had good experiences with digicel outside Trinidad. I would suggest to give them a try.
Forfaits Bloqués Sans Engagement I am afraid France is a country where mobile internet is still very expensive. You could buy a standard prepaid SIM card and top it up with credit. You could then burn through this credit using internet data. Beware that rates are often somewhat expensive. SFR for example will charge you 0,50€/internet session, limited to de ...
I have a prepaid Orange Spain card for roaming, they charge 1€/100MB per day in UE. You can top-up with their app, so maybe is a good option. I don't know if they ship abroad, but you can get a prepaid sim in ebay or forums like GSM Spain. More info on Orange's website here.
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