Digital nomads post to their travel blog without wireless contracts

I kind of did the same when I was travelling Asia. Instead of having a phone without a SIM card, I had an iPod Touch. Like the couple below, I was dependent on Wifi networks, which however could be found anywhere. For phone calls I either used Viber or an app called Yuilop at this time, now Upptalk. You get a free number that your friends can call and send SMS to. The nice thing was that any time you received an SMS, you collected credits for free calls. So, I asked my friends to text me whenever they wanted and that they would help me collecting credits. After my travels, I did not open the app that much anymore. I recently checked it and figured that my credits were gone and that they now asked me to pay for the service – what a shame.

Anyway, it’s great to see how the travelling couple below is capable of being connected when needed but can also be disconnected to deeply enjoy¬†the impressions they make on their journey!


Some people dream of traveling the world on a budget and staying in touch as digital nomads. Married couple Sam and Toccara Best have made that dream a reality.

Both have been producing a travel blog from far-flung locales called Forget Someday for more than a year mainly by using only their cell phones with no monthly carrier contract. They rely on free Wi-Fi with occasional assistance from Google Voice and Google Hangouts on Sam’s Android phone, a BLU Life One X unlocked, which he bought for about $150, (Amazon price) .

Their blog is stocked full with photos and videos, many shot and edited using iMovie on Toccara’s more expensive iPhone 5S. (Off-contract, the iPhone 5S originally started at more than $600, (Amazon price).

They also rely on some relatively high-end camera gear, including a Go Pro video camera (Amazon price). Recently, they took time-lapse shots with the Go Pro mounted on a tripod from…

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