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I will be out of town for several days in early December, and my husband, who will be staying home with the boys, wants me to be able to contact him on his cell phone from a distance. He's got a really ugly old Casio and a cheap little satellite phone that he wants me to take with me, but my cell phone won't work at all anywhere in the United States, except for the airport, so he's stuck with the Casio and the satellite phone.

I was thinking, if I was out of pocket and away from my cell phone and my husband's cell phone and my husband's satellite phone, what would be the best way to keep in touch with him and the boys?

He said that he'd rather not use our home phone, so I think I can get a cell phone that will work internationally.

He also said he'd be okay if we left his cell phone on so he could call if he needed to contact me, but then he didn't specify if he was talking about calling from the house or from outside. (I don't think he's talking about calling from our house since he wouldn't want the boys to answer it.) So what should we do?

This is the first time I've needed to go somewhere that I can't contact my husband at home via his cell phone or his satellite phone or our home phone, but I don't know what would be the best solution, other than not to go.

I was thinking about buying a GPS that is specifically designed to work with cell phones, but I don't know what would be best for us.

He will be staying home alone with the boys, but there will be a lot going on and he'll be expecting updates and so on, so it might not always be the case that the GPS would be the ideal solution.

I am in a different situation with an international trip, so my advice is a bit of a stretch. I was in a similar situation in May (was planning a trip to Asia and my husband would be staying home to care for the kids while I was gone) and the best solution I found for him to stay in touch with his parents, his brother and his in-laws and for me to stay in touch with my husband, mother, and siblings was a combination of a cell phone and a GPS.

I was going to a few cities over 20 hours away from my family in China. And my husband and I didn't want our phone bills to skyrocket.

The best solution was a cheap little satellite phone from China and a very old phone on roaming from a carrier like MetroPCS. It would only work when we were in the city I was in, so I had to have my phone on roaming and it didn't do voice or data.

But the best part of the whole thing was the GPS. We got a Garmin GPS from Walmart and it did a fine job of tracking where I was at. It was really easy to use and I would get calls with my husband as soon as I crossed paths with my family members or as soon as I got in range of the city we were going to.

I think that having a GPS on him is a good idea, but I don't think he needs to buy the GPS I bought, nor do I think he needs a cell phone. We have a very old phone in our house with unlimited minutes and data and he can use that as his phone to call people. The other thing I would recommend is to buy a prepaid phone that will work with an international SIM card, so he can use his regular phone as his cell phone.

I can't say what I would do without my cell phone. I am a full time working mom and I can't do my job without my cell phone. I am always on it and in constant communication with my family. So I think for this to work, you need to find a way for him to get his cell phone charged up.

Also, for the GPS, it's pretty useless in the country you will be traveling. I took my little GPS with me to Japan and it was useless. It only did a few simple directions and if you had more than one destination, it would tell you that you had to go to the next town. I couldn't really use it for anything and it was so expensive, I only used it twice.

If your husband will be traveling in a remote area and there is no cell phone coverage, a satellite phone might be helpful. I know in the jungles in Mexico, you can't get a cell phone signal. I'd go with that option and make sure he has his phone charged up so he has a backup in case of emergency.

We have GPS devices with the kids but not one for him. I can't imagine not having one. It would be a life saver in a remote area. If I had to travel to an unknown country by myself, I'd definitely want a phone with me.

I think that having a GPS on him is a good idea, but I don't think he needs to buy the GPS I bought, nor do I think he needs a cell phone. We have a very old phone in our house with unlimited minutes and data and he can use that as his phone to call people. The other thing I would recommend is to buy a prepaid phone that will work with an international SIM card, so he can use his regular phone as his cell phone.

I can't say what I would do without my cell phone. I am a full time working mom and I can't do my job without my cell phone. I am always on it and in constant communication with my family. So I think for this to work, you need to find a way for him to get his cell phone charged up.

Also, for the GPS, it's pretty useless in the country you will be traveling. I took my little GPS with me to Japan and it was useless. It only did a few simple directions and if you had more than one destination, it would tell you that you had to go to the next town. I couldn't really use it for anything and it was so expensive


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