Don’t you just HATE being taken advantage of when you’re a tourist, and wish you could get the locals-only deals? Dealing with exchange rates, foreign languages, and cultural barriers... WHEW! It’s overwhelming and stressful to say the least!

Haven't we all been there? It's a pretty universal experience that we all share.

Many years ago I relocated to Mexico City - spur of the moment. I'm serious, broken Spanish, zero connections, just going with the flow.

At the airport there were no shortage of friendly people trying to usher me into accomodations. I settled on a hotel that was $75 USD per night, which sounded reasonable and looked great in the brochure. Needless to say, it didn't live up to the hype!

Literally across the street equivalent rooms were going $12/night (the catch being there were no cute international flags outside and they didn't speak English). The same game is played all over the country, with taxicabs, phone calls, restaurants, you name it.

Over the years, I'd encounter countless tourists struggling to navigate the chaotic landscape of the city, and would lend them a hand. People who were scared, lacking confidence, and many times simply confused. The overwheling look of gratitude would be quite moving at times -- just from another human being helping out.

Well, that was quite fulfilling to say the least, and I made many, many friends along the way. This was the inspiration for launching Travelers Telecom. The company was founded with one guiding principle: find the best solution for your needs and give you the insider price" no matter where you travel. It’s a fantastic business model where everyone wins.

We offer products which save you money, reduce stress, and keep you connected with the people who matter. We do the hard work, tough negotiations and figure out the frustrating stuff so you don’t have to.

Relax, enjoy life, and focus on what's really important. We'll take care of everything for you =)

Sincerely,

 

 

 

Nico