TravelSkills’ 10 most popular posts over the last week (descending order):
1 Still wondering: What Marriott said about the Starwood merger
3 Catch up on all this now: Hotel news: New Hyatt brand, Marriott merger, Hilton cancellations, Vegas fees
5 Get on it! One easy, last chance to ride a United 747?
7 Spend much time in LA? Read this: New Metro line to serve LA’s “Silicon Beach”
8 How’d that happen? Another airline declares bankruptcy
9 Death spiral? Will more small cities lose regional airline service?
10 It’s getting even easier: Uber’s new automated business expense reporting
Remember last year when we wrote about Verizon’s new TravelPass? $10 per day flat fee for data and voice. I signed up immediately and I really like how it removes a lot of the uncertainty about using my smartphone overseas– worked like a dream in Australia. Are there any other Verizon-using globetrotters feel similarly? Or not? I know a lot of readers think T-Mobile’s international plan is better, but the reality for me is that T-Mobile does not work in my house, or in many parts of San Francisco. Please leave comments below.
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