Expats in Brazil Struggle Much More with Digital Life Than in Chile

Expats in Brazil, Argentina, and Peru seem to struggle with digital life: they are especially unhappy with access to high-speed internet at home and the difficulties of getting a local mobile phone number.

By Richard Mann, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Over the past few years, it has become impossible to imagine a world without digital communication, especially for globally mobile people: staying in touch with loved ones at home, mastering administrative challenges in a new country, or working remotely as a digital nomad — the digital needs of expats are incredibly diverse.

In its first Digital Life Abroad Report, InterNations, the world’s largest expat community, has identified the best and worst countries in which to live a connected life.

The results, which are based on the annual Expat Insider survey, reveal . . .

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