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So many choices. Do I use my home cell service (Verizon) and get an International plan? Do I get a SIM card (Vodaphone?) that I can use in all the countries we will be in? (Iceland, Scotland, S England, Italy, France, Switzerland?) Or...rent one of the portable wifi boxes (Teppy) or another? Trying to figure out a good way to have some internet and phone service. Check emails and make an occasional call. Have internet search options. Internet mostly for maps (though I am a serious paper map person..but like the added GPS on the phone to give you real time location.) It seems like the SIM cards are by far the best deal. Just wondering how dependable they are in the countries we'll be in? Any opinions on staying somewhat connected??