The hurdle with international internet is not that other countries don’t have plentiful options, but getting connected to those options as nonresidents who are just passing through the country on a short-term basis can feel a bit overwhelming.
While Mexico is a very large country, with large swatches lot of wild unpopulated areas, connecting while traveling Mexico is doable.
Traveling to our southern neighbor seems to be decently accessible for bandwidth junkies, as long as you are willing to deal with slower speeds than they’re used to in the States.
We’ve heard of some issues with obtaining enough fast internet for online working nomads in some of the more remote coastal areas like Baja.
Included in this Guide:
- Wi-Fi in Mexico
- Satellite Internet in Mexico
- Cellular Frequency Bands in Mexico
- Understanding Your US Carrier's Mexican Roaming
- Getting Local Service on Mexican Cellular Carriers
- VPN Service: Virtually Getting Back to the USA
- Bonus: Tips for Mexicans Traveling in the US
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