Toronto-based company knowroaming offers a way for people to travel with their phone while avoiding their phone company from milking them dry. Simply order their roaming sticker, stick it on top of your SIM card, download the App and your phone will automatically switch to local providers while potentially saving you "up to 85% off voice and data abroad."
KnowRoaming is a Toronto, Canada-based technology company singularly focused on reducing and/or eliminating roaming-shock, that feeling you get when you see your wireless bill after returning from a trip abroad.
KnowRoaming has secured roaming rates in 220 countries giving our users up to 85% off their calls, data and texts while traveling abroad. KnowRoaming has been developing the KnowRoaming sticker in stealth mode for the past eighteen months and is launching it today.
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