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You have various options (only in Spanish I am afraid, but use Google Translator and you will make sense of it): http://www.simyo.es/tarifas/prepago.html http://www.vodafone.es/particulares/es/tienda/tarifas-para-movil/ http://www.jazztelprepago.com/tarifas-movil-prepago/nacional.aspx In any case, at the airport any company will offer you the same more ...


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My experience is that social media and major news sites are normally blocked. Likewise, Wikipedia. You can usually get the news from a newspaper's website that isn't one of the big newspapers, although the filter will sometimes decide a certain page isn't to be had even then. Note that I have also encountered an internet cafe that was running something ...


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I was in Japan in April, and used a company called Rentafone. They offer 3G or WiMax devices, and post the device out to your hotel or wherever you are staying. It comes with a postage paid return envelope for you to send it back at the end of the trip. They had excellent support, in native English, with fast response times (via email, often responding ...


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I haven't been to China, but I have visited Iran and the filtering technology is similar. For the entirety of my world trip, before arriving in IRan, I was using a personal VPN from AnonyProz to secure my connection when eg using public wifi. I was surprised to find that this VPN did not work at all in Iran, despite being run over port 443 (HTTPS/SSL). This ...


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In general, the big social networks (Facebook, Twitter, etc) are blocked from within China. This applies to mobile devices too. (I'm not sure about Whatsapp, I didn't try it when I was there last year, and it might have changed since then anyway.) Gmail worked, and most other web-based email provides probably will too. Most foreigners who spend a lot of ...


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Just back from trip to Norway. Used the '3' network pay as you go data card in Norway. Excellent network coverage at UK home country rates - works out to be 1p per MB. Network i was signed on to was 'N Telenor'.



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