If you’re planning to make a short
trip to Moscow or St. Petersburg, likely, you don’t need SIM card because
hotels usually have Wi-Fi and so do cafes, restaurants, and public areas. Using
the Wi-Fi, you can make WhatsApp calls, and text at the same time. But if
you’re planning an extended stay in Russia or you’re on the Trans-Siberian
trip, then it’s worth purchasing a Russian tourist SIM card. Using your home
phone network gets expensive. A local tourist SIM will help you cut down your
phone bill expenses.
There are several Russian tourist SIM
cards which offer a great deal of data. Calls to India, however, are costly.
This post explains the best Russian tourist SIMs for Indian travellers and the
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Turkey isn’t an expensive place to travel in. However, that
doesn’t stand true for staying connected with your loved ones back in India.
Switching over to a local SIM is equally expensive. Turkey doesn’t have many
options and therefore buying a SIM card in Turkey isn’t cheap.
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If you’re traveling to Canada for a short trip,
contacting family and friends can be expensive. Switching over to a local SIM
can keep your costs down. Canada has got some really great voice, SMS and data
plans to offer with their Canada tourist SIM cards. All these plans are “pay as
you go” plans, and require an add-on for India calling.
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With limited data allowances and expensive call rates, staying connected in New Zealand and back in India can be really costly. If you’re going to New Zealand for up to two months buying tourist SIM cards in New Zealand is the most affordable option to stay connected with your friends and family back in India.
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