My wife and I will soon be traveling to Aruba for a few days from the US. We both have iPhone 6s (and most current iOS) on Verizon plans. I have never travelled out of the US with my iPhone and wanted suggestions, especially for those who have been to Aruba, with how to best utilize the phone and data. Verizon has advised that if I simply used the phone, it would certainly quickly rack up hige roaming fees. That said, they have a "Travel Pass" plan that, for $10 per phone per "day" (it begins when I first use the phone and lasts 24 hours, so if for example I only use phone once on the trip, it would cap costs at $10) allows me to use my phone there exactly as I would at home with no additional fees or roaming charges incurred, and any data used would simply be data off my monthly plan as per usual. I know travelers abroad often get local SIMs and find it more cost effective. Can anyone give guidance on how useful or cost effective this is in Aruba? Or what networks work well/poorly there? Any help is appreciated. P.S. Anyone who has simply traveled to Aruba and wants to recommend a destination, restaurant or site, please feel free to do so, too. Thanks in advance!