A piece of travel gear I ALWAYS want to have with me is either a local SIM card or a pocket WIFI device! It just gives me a feeling of freedom, independence
A mobile hotspot is such an important tool for me. G
As I am not familiar with local conditions when I arrive
It’s not a question of being an online addict or not.
I enjoy disconnecting from time to time, but I prefer to be in control of “if” and “when” this happens. There are plenty of less dramatic daily situations that become suddenly quite annoying when you find yourself disconnected involuntarily.
Forget about public WIFI hotspots
Public WIFI hotspots suck. Period. They are often slow and not reliable. While
Getting connected in the first place is already a challenge. Sign-up and authentication processes are just cumbersome and everything but smooth.
And by the way, with a public WIFI hotspot I share the connection with other people which is a big security issue. This alone justifies the use of a personal mobile hotspot as the connection belongs to you only and only you decide who else may connect.
If you’re planning to travel to South Korea you might consider a router from Widemobile.
Widemobile provides rental pocket WiFi:
- 1GB per day (you can still use more data but at a slower speed, below 400 Kbps. It resets at midnight Korean time)
- It can be connected with up to 5 devices at the same time
- The device is fully charged when you pick it up
- You can pick up the device at Incheon airport, Gimpo airport, Cheong Ju airport, Gimhae airport, Busan port or main office in Seoul
How to rent and use a Pocket Wifi?
It’s actually fairly simple to rent a pocket WiFi router for your trip to South Korea. All you need to do is to reserve it online by mentioning the rental period, your preferred pick-up location and your details.
Once you’ve got the router you just switch it on, connect to it from your devices and that’s it, you have the internet at your disposal. Just before you leave South Korea you can return the router at any airport at
The Pocket WiFi battery lasts around 8 hours for continuous usage. I usually turned it on when going out
And if you want to save some money…
If you’re visiting South Korea and you want to rent a Pocket WiFi from Widemobile you can get it for a cheaper price.
Very kindly Widemobile is offering 33% discount ONLY for my readers.
You just need to make your order through this link www.wifidosirak.com/?nancy
To know more and rent your pocket WiFi visit