Virgin Media Travel Pass 'provides mobile internet overseas'
23 February 2010 — 3:57 PM
Consumers looking to make greater use of the internet wherever they are in the world could be pleased to hear that the network Virgin Mobile, has launched EU Travel Passes to allow them to do so.
Mobile recycling may be an option that users wish to consider to receive money to put towards a new smartphone, providing them with on-the-go internet access.
A one-hour pass is available for £4, while 24-hour access is offered for £6 and could allow users of the operator's handsets to keep track of what they are paying and avoid any unexpected bills.
Jonathan Kini, director of mobile at Virgin Media said that its customers never have to worry about accessing the internet while they are overseas.
"Whether it's searching for the best pizzeria in Rome on your mobile or uploading photos onto Facebook with a laptop and mobile broadband, customers now have control over what they spend on holiday," he said.
Virgin Media recently revealed that from April 1st it will become the first phone provider in the UK to offer free home phone to mobile calls.
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