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  1. Hi guys, like the title says, I am travelling to the Netherlands and am curious about people's experience with the international roaming passes. Firstly, are they unlimited data, or are they limited with deprioritization? Secondly, what are the speeds like? I have asked around but have gotten mixed answers. Thanks!
  2. I was just wondering if anyone has traveled internationally with the iPad mini or iPhone 5. I know the iPhone 5 is locked to Sprint, but you can call and get it unlocked. I have never swapped a sim card out, mainly because Sprint never had them, but I am wondering if it really is that simple. Do you just swap the sim and then purchase a new data plan? I know Digicell in Bermuda sells nano sim cards for pay as your go 3G. I have heard that Sprint iPads can be used on AT&T wireless, just no LTE. Is there any truth to this?
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