Journey to the World Cup: roaming costs for US users

Russia is one of the European countries that aren’t covered by EU RLAH rule and you could get  really high charges by visiting this year FIFA World Cup.

If you are US fun and plan to go to World Cup 2018 in Russia this is what US operators (T-mobile, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint) has to offers to you.

Here you can find “Roaming Guides: Russia” with more possible solutions and Russian operators prepaid offers.

Moscow’s public transport system has free Wi-Fi available on buses, trams, trolleybuses, the metro, and many suburban trains. The Moscow Central Ring (MCR) is also wired up to wifi. BUT as Kaspersky lab recently published, it is pretty unsecured.

Fourth option is renting a mobile hotspot with local sim which can be pretty good solution for a group of friends (it is shareable to up to 10 persons).

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