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John’s a bit of a traveler and just got back from a trip to South Africa. For the Finer Things podcast episode 6, we talked about what you have to go through in various countries to get wireless phone and data service, because the process can vary widely. Did you know France requires a background check before you can get data for your SIM card?

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