Travel Tip of the Day: How to Save Big with Verizon


How to Save Big with Verizon Do you have Verizon and want to save some serious cash? Check out Clark Howard’s video on how Verizon is now selling their plans for $35 a month through Total Wireless. The deal gives you unlimited talk and text plus 2.5 GB of data, and to add an extra person it’s just an […]

Travel Product of the Week: togoPower


I just got a new iPhone 6 Plus and I love it. The one thing I don’t like about it so far is that the battery drains a lot quicker than the batteries on my Android and Windows phones. For that reason, I now need to carry a portable charger with me to make sure I […]

Travel Product of the Week: TravelCard


Pretty much every traveler I know (especially iPhone users) finds keeping their phone charged a real and constant challenge on the road. The TravelCard is a portable smartphone charger that fits in your wallet and gives you an additional five hours of talk time—so while it may not solve the problem entirely, it could be a […]

Travel Tip of the Day: Last-Night Phone Charging


Last-Night Phone Charging I’m sure one of the most common things travelers leave behind in their hotel room is their phone charger. I used to be that person, too. Now when I charge my phone on my last night in a hotel room, I put my carry-on bag near the outlet. I plug my phone in […]

Travel Tip of the Day: Charge Your Devices Before Flying

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Charge Your Devices Before Flying If you’ll be flying into the U.S. anytime soon, you’ll want to have the batteries in all of your devices charged before you hit security—because you might be asked to power them up to prove that they’re not a (suspected) new form of explosive device. If your battery is dead […]

Travel Tip of the Day: Turn Keypad to Silent


Turn Keypad to Silent Yesterday’s tip was to lower your voice while talking on your phone, and the phone’s ringer as well. I should’ve added a few more parts to that, all in the name of courteous travel: Make sure to turn your phone’s volume down so others can’t hear the person you’re speaking with […]

Travel Tip of the Day: Separate Your Phone and Cash


Separate Your Phone and Cash I quickly learned the other day not to put my cell phone in the same pocket as my cash—because when I pulled my phone out, out came my cash. The lesson holds true not just for money, but when you have other light or small things in your pockets (like […]

Travel Tip of the Day: Consider T-Mobile


Consider T-Mobile If you travel internationally a lot, you should know that T-Mobile is the best carrier for U.S. travelers as they now give their users free international data and text messaging in over 100 countries—plus all calls in those countries for just 20 cents a minute. I use T-Mobile and it’s awesome, as it […]