IT&E expands ‘Mobile Passport’ for subscribers when traveling abroad

Posted on Dec 27 2018

IT&E subscribers can now use their data to share, stream, like, love, and play all around the world. IT&E announced yesterday the expansion of its Mobile Passport services to even more destinations.

Mobile Passport is an alternative to costly roaming, swapping SIM cards, and allows for easy transition while traveling. Subscribers can use their local data buckets for as low as $10 a day when they travel.

The service is now also available in the United States, the Philippines, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, Austria, United Kingdom, Cambodia, and Australia.

“Whether you’re looking for a nearby restaurant with Google Maps, checking your iMessages, or using your bank’s mobile app, mobile data is often a must when traveling for pleasure or for work,” said Angela Rosario, director of Product Development and Marketing at IT&E.  “Mobile Passport is a super convenient and easy way to stay connected while traveling. Now that we’ve added more destinations, we’re empowering our subscribers to do more on their phones in more places.” 

Kevin Diego, principal, Global Roaming & Device Technology, Wireless Networks, said: “Our global footprint continues to give our customers the strongest coverage at affordable rates. We are partnered with premier networks to provide the highest level of quality and performance for customers abroad.”

Subscribers will automatically connect to data roaming services with Mobile Passport rates once they reach their destination. It’s available on all postpaid plans, including IT&E’s unlimited data plan, Freedom, and stackable unlimited plan, Freedom Plus. 

Subscribers can also top-up their data buckets abroad via SMS. (PR)

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