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  Reply # 1107468 13-Aug-2014 09:43
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Thanks for the advice. We decided we will just pay the $5 a day roaming charges. I think it will be enough. I might buy an extra GB of data to be on the safe side.  The hotel has free wireless in Rome at least, and the company we are going to Milan with has said free Wifi at the other hotel.

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  Reply # 1108362 14-Aug-2014 13:14
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In Rome, go to the Cappucin crypt... near the top of the Spanish Steps. Was free when I was there (too many years ago!)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1108375 14-Aug-2014 13:24
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networkn: Thanks for the advice. We decided we will just pay the $5 a day roaming charges. I think it will be enough. I might buy an extra GB of data to be on the safe side.  The hotel has free wireless in Rome at least, and the company we are going to Milan with has said free Wifi at the other hotel.


You only need to buy extra data when you run out works the same as if you are in NZ



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  Reply # 1108379 14-Aug-2014 13:28
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networkn: Thanks for the advice. We decided we will just pay the $5 a day roaming charges. I think it will be enough. I might buy an extra GB of data to be on the safe side.  The hotel has free wireless in Rome at least, and the company we are going to Milan with has said free Wifi at the other hotel.


You only need to buy extra data when you run out works the same as if you are in NZ


Good thinking Batman!


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