Get prepared for international travel
Arrive ready to go with your Device Travel Kit
Land & Go provides you with everything you need to stay connected
Keep Connected Abroad
Your Land & Go device travel kit will keep you connected throughout your entire European adventure. All packed inside one convenient box. No longer ask...
What's in the Box?
Global SIM Card
With Land & Go, you’ll get a global sim card that lets you receive free incoming calls in 150 countries (including the USA).
3 Ways to Stay Charged
In Europe, public power outlets are rare. That means you need a reliable source of power to keep your camera, apps or maps on the go.
A custom-made, high quality leather wallet makes keeping track of your SIM cards, SD cards, and device tools easier.
ONLY 300 BOXES AVAILABLE FOR 2018
If you have plans to travel abroad, Land & Go will get you ready for the time of your life. You’ll be able to call family and friends back home, share your experiences on social media and enjoy your trip knowing you have everything you could ever need. Big things really do come in small packages.
- Holiday Pre-Orders
- October 22nd
Pre-Orders end &
payments are taken
- Early December
Boxes begin shipping
ALL LAND AND GO BOXES INCLUDE FREE SHIPPING
who is going?
Pre-Order 1,2, or 4 Land & Go boxes now. Worry less about keeping connected and charged on your trip.
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FREE SHIPPING ON ALL LAND & GO BOXES TO THE USA.
SHIPPING EARLY DECEMBER 2018.
I had become accustomed to taking cash out with my debit card at the nearest local ATM. The ATM at the train station in Sofia refused my card. In Belgrade, I had spent my last Serbian Dinar on breakfast. My Airbnb host was awaiting my call to let me in. I found free wifi to turn my card back on, but it would take a few hours. So, I had to walk over a mile to the apartment and borrow a phone to call the host.
I didn't realize how much I would rely on my phone apps in Europe. Instagram, Google Maps, Google Translate, Google Voice, Google Calendar, PDF Viewer, and probably many more I can't think of right now. If I wasn't taking a photo, I was posting or looking up directions.
Having a local SIM card when I arrived in Europe the first time would have made my day so much easier. My Airbnb host couldn't get a hold of me. He canceled my reservation while I was in-flight, yet I wasted my first night in Paris trekking to his apartment when I should have been looking for a hotel.