Your smartphone gives you freedom. The freedom to call anyone, anywhere, anytime - or just send them a quick WhatsApp or email to let you know you’re thinking of them. The freedom to turn you into a professional photog… or beautifully lit model for your bevy of social media fans (or just, y’know, yourself). We believe in letting you feel free – wherever you are in the world. Which is why we’re so thrilled to announce that you can now roam free in 71 destinations around the world.
When you finally hop on that plane and get away from the daily grind – whether you end up exploring New York City for a weekend or hitting the beaches of Bali – at Three, we believe you should keep doing whatever you love doing with your phone.
Tweeting your tan. Snapping sunsets. Using your phone as a map, translator and restaurant critic so you can live like a local wherever you are.
Nothing spoils your dream holiday faster than worrying about arriving home to insane-sized bill packed with extra data charges, just make sure you track your data with our data calculator.
And nothing says freedom like not having to turn data roaming off before you board your flight.
We’ve been offering Go Roam to Three customers since 2013, providing bill-shock free travel to destinations across the globe, including the USA, Australia, Spain, France and Greece.
New Go Roam destinations are here…
Well, we’ve got some great news, jet-setters: as of 31 August we’re adding Guam to our list of Go Roam destinations. So we’re serving over 70 places, allowing you to use your phone abroad at no extra cost in these destinations around the world.
Because, with so much to explore, why wouldn’t you want to go roam?
The addition of Guam to our roster means that you can finally take that perfect beach selfie you’ve been dreaming of – and share it with the world while still lying on the sand.
All without spending a single penny more than if you were sharing those pics back in the UK – ’cause you’re using your data, calls and texts abroad just as if you were here at home.
It’s official: phones are good. Just enjoy, and go roam.
Main pic: Unsplash via Jaime Spaniol