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Yes, with International roaming. Your PocketFinder connects with the GPS satellite network and then sends the location and speed to the server via a GSM wireless network. Everywhere in the world there is a GSM signal it will send it's location. If outside of wireless coverage, it will continue to capture GPS location and send those locates once a wireless signal is obtained. We have PocketFinders that I know of in Mexico City, Argentina, Equador, Columbia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Spain, Germany, England, Russia, China, Tiawon, Hong Kong, Thailand and Australia among other countries. International roaming service fee is $29.95 instead of the normal $12.95. If you take a PocketFinder somewhere exotic please post a pic for us on our PocketFinder Facebook page!
- Answered by David M from Mission Viejo
- Nov 4, 2011
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