To better understand the world of data roaming, we've compiled a survey to find out how people use mobile broadband on portable devices.
When a device wirelessly connects to a mobile network that is not its usual carrier to download information it is known as data roaming. It can be pricey in some regions to use such a service, while in others, such as Europe, prices have started to fall.
ZDNet sites across the globe have collaborated to create a survey on data roaming that will run for two weeks. It'll give all our readers around the world a chance to tell us how they access data on their mobile phones and portable devices and what they've been charged.
The survey, which will only take up to 10 minutes of your time, can be found here. Once we've compiled and analysed the results, we'll publish the information online. Thank you for your help.