Wednesday, April 4, 2018

TEP Wireless :: WiFi Wherever You Travel

Tep {This photo was taken at Johnston Falls and I was deep in the woods}
These days we're becoming too dependent on the Internet especially when travelling. One of the things on my check list whenever we travel outside the US is to get a portable WiFi device. Today, I am sharing my experience using TEP Wireless during my trip to Canada. The whole process was painless and straightforward. To get started, go to their site and select the country you will be heading to. For Canada, I believe you can get unlimited Internet for $8.95 per day. Multiple devices can be connected at the same time. The device arrived at my doorstep 3 days before my rental starts. All you need to do is turn the device on and connect to the Internet using the password provided on the screen. It took less than 30 seconds and you're good to go. The device also came with an international wall outlet and a USB charger.
TepWireless_SydneysFashionDiary I am really impressed with the speed of the connection. We were either deep in the woods or at the top of the mountains and the connection was fine. I try to live in the moment (and not on the phone) when I travel but it's nice to have a connection whenever I need to without having to hunt around for a public WiFi hotspot. The great thing is you can charge the device on the go using the provided USB charger.
Skyroam_SydneysFashionDiary {9000 ft above ground}
At the end of my rental period, I put the device into the pre-paid envelope included with my rental and drop it in the nearest USPS location. How convenient, right? The company is locate in the UK but there is a US warehouse that you can send your device back. All in all, the experience was pleasant. The device was easy to use and the service was reliable. I definitely will keep TEP Wireless in mind for future trips
Disclaimer: Thank you to TEP Wireless for sponsoring this post. All opinions and images are my own

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