New technology brings lower travel calling costs

ChatSim is a SIM card that offers users the ability to message on certain apps for a baseline price of $12 per year. An Expedia.com study recently revealed what most suspected: The majority of travelers consider their smartphones to be the most important item to bring on trips. But signing up for and using overseas calling plansContinue reading “New technology brings lower travel calling costs”

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River cruising for millennials

By Michelle Baran It’s no secret that the dominant river cruising demographic is retirees. Older travelers have embraced river cruising with a fervor that has fueled the segment’s unstoppable growth for the last several years. But there doesn’t seem to be any obvious reason why river cruising couldn’t appeal to younger travelers, as well. In anContinue reading “River cruising for millennials”

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Why Google’s designs on travel aren’t good news for the big OTAs

by David Stevenson by David Stevenson, FT columnist and Travel Weekly’s City Insider Is the travel industry going the way of publishing – unwillingly turned into a digital product which is under the effective control of a single dominant player, such as Amazon or Google? Until fairly recently I’d have laughed out loud at thisContinue reading “Why Google’s designs on travel aren’t good news for the big OTAs”

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