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The Smartest Ways to Use Your Smartphone Overseas

Here, there are three different ways you can maintain access to the Internet abroad, wherever there is cell coverage:. stepping Getting off the plane, turning on your phone, and getting service right away is the simplest option for travelers who don’t want to leave the grid. Of the three major US carriers, T-Mobile offers the least expensive way to stay connected abroad. If you have the company’s Magenta or Magenta Max plans, which cost $70 and $85 per month, respectively, you’ll have instant service upon arrival at your destination at no additional cost. The catch: Although you get unlimited data overseas, the service can feel exceptionally slow (around 2G velocity). If that proves too sluggish to efficiently power navigation and ride-sharing apps, you can get T-Mobile’s day pass starting at $5 a day, which boosts functionality for speeds similar to the state-of-the-art experience. Will give.
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Best Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro deals available right now

Google has finally released its latest lineup of smartphones, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The flagships showcase the company's renewed focus on smartphone cameras and design, and are equipped with Google's new custom chipset, Tensor. All of that and more make for an enticing upgrade if you're in the market.
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Google removes all traces of the buggy December 2021 update for the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro

The December 2021 security patch promised to fix a lot of issues plaguing the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro while also adding several new features. The update's rollout officially started a bit later than usual for the phones, but it never made it to most owners. Eventually, it turned out that Google "paused" the rollout due to call drops and disconnection issues, though it never bothered to pull the image files from its developer website. Now, following the release of the January 2022 update, the company has removed all download links and mentions of the faulty security patch for the Pixel 6 series (via 9to5Google).
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How to Forward Calls on Android

Joe Fedewa is a Staff Writer at How-To Geek. He has been covering consumer technology for over a decade and previously worked as a News Editor at XDA Developers. Joe loves all things technology and is also an avid DIYer at heart. He has written thousands of articles, hundreds of tutorials, and dozens of reviews. Read more...
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Work remotely from Mexico: 5 helpful tips

Remote work is in full force these days, and it’s allowing people to do their jobs from just about anywhere they please. Some are taking the opportunity to visit our neighbor in the south. If you plan to work remotely in Mexico in the near future, you’re certainly in for a great time.
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Is Mint Mobile a better value than Google Fi?

Mint Mobile can save you money on data with three months of service and save even more with six and 12-month plans. With plenty of data options for most people and no risk of overage fees, you’ll get T-Mobile’s huge LTE and 5G network behind you for an affordable price.
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Google Disables Call Screening on Pixel 6 Because of December Bug

We may earn a commission when you click links to retailers and purchase goods. Google has yet to acknowledge what is going on with the December update for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. We aren’t sure if they found a critical bug that caused it to be pulled or if they really are just slowly rolling it out. Either way, most people in the US who aren’t interested in sideloading the build don’t seem to have received the update over-the-air.
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Work on Verizon?

Does the 5a work well on Verizon? I heard on reddit that many people are having issues sending and receiving texts. I bought an unlocked 5a from the Google Store and had Verizon install a 5G sim card. I have had zero problems with either texts or phone calls on Verizon.
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