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When you are considering what kind of cell phone to use, first you want to find out if your phone will work in the United States at all. Consider the following:
Many modern models of phones do work internationally. However, it does depend on the type of technology your phone uses. If you live in Europe, Africa or parts of Asia, it’s likely that your phone uses GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications).
This is not the most common system used in the U.S. (although certain providers such as ATandT and T-Mobile do use it).
Willmyphonework.net could be a useful tool to use if you are confused as to whether or not your phone will work in the U.S.
Once your phone works in the U.S., the next step is to get an American SIM card and sign up to a cell phone plan.
Also, if you use your current phone, it’s important to ensure that it’s ‘unlocked’ when joining a U.S. plan.
It’s always a good idea to shop around and choose the most suitable phone plan option for you.
Visit Whistleout.com to get a better idea about the plans provided by the several mobile connection providers.
CU Denver International Activities
CU Denver International offers many in-person and virtual events and activities! Fall 2020 & Spring 2021 offerings include virtual game nights and conversation cafés. Register here to participate or follow @cudenverinternational on Instagram or Facebook to find out more.
Global Buddies is a friendship program for International Students and Domestic Students to meet, connect and have fun! If you are interested in participating in Global Buddies, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CU Denver has a lot of great student organizations you can join!
MyLynx is home to all of CU Denver's student organizations. Groups focus on a variety of topics: academic, cultural, faith/spirituality, service, professional development and more. Here are a few steps to finding the right organization