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Keeping in Touch

Posted on: 16th Jan 2015

The availability quality and cost of local services such as mail and telephone (including mobile phones and the Internet/e-mail/broadband) may be an important consideration when planning to live abroad, particularly if you wish to keep in close touch with family and friends or business associates. The range of services and the reliability and speed of mail deliveries varies considerably depending on the country. In some countries airmail letters can take weeks to be delivered, even to neighbouring countries, and thousands of items of mail go astray each year. Nowadays it's possible to set up what's called a 'portable office' whereby you postal, telephone, fax and e-mail addresses are 'transparent' and can be taken with you wherever you live. 

            Further information is available in our Living and Working series of books.

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