?Vodafone has announced that its 4G service will soon be available in 58 destinations around the world.
The company claims the measures will offer more locations for mobile broadband than any other UK provider.
From June 15th, 22 destinations including the Caribbean islands of Antigua, Barbados, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent and Trinidad & Tobago, will join the eight other global destinations already covered by Vodafone WorldTraveller.
Whether using their mobile, tablet or dongle, Vodafone's pay monthly customers and business travellers on certain price plans will be able to take their existing UK minutes, texts and data with them for £5 a day.
Customers travelling across Europe will also be able to enjoy the same benefits across 40 destinations through the Vodafone EuroTraveller allowance for £3 extra a day.
The network added that customers choosing not to opt into the European or worldwide roaming programmes will be able to cap data spending at £36.40 per month, from July 1st 2015.