I will be on the move from May 14 through mid-July. Part of the time I will be in Israel, part of the time in Colorado, or the East Coast.
Email will be checked first, and nearly every day; sometimes unavailable for a few days when travelling.
I will be in Israel with the University of Wyoming Israel Study-Abroad Experience.
Mobile Phone Israel: 050-580-1265
(International: +972-50-580-1265, for example: To dial from the US, most providers have you dial 011-972-50-580-1265)
US Mobile: will check US Mobile for voice or text messages no more than once a day, and probably less frequently than that, closer to once or twice a week.
There is a second UW Israeli phone: 050-580-0568 (From USA: 011-972-50-580-0568)
Israel is 7 hours ahead of Eastern Time, 9 hours ahead of Mountain Time.
In emergency, the 2014 UW
trip may be reachable via Mimi Manker, +962.78.990.9489 or Manuela Hofer-McIntyre, +1.307.399.8015
In emergency, the 2014 UW trip may be reachable via Mimi Manker, +962.78.990.9489 or Manuela Hofer-McIntyre, +1.307.399.8015
US Mobile Phone: 303-981-7561
Will check US Mobile for voice messages no more than once a day when I am overseas.
When internet is available, you may be able to contact me via:
720-213-5811 (a Pinger/Textfree number, will accept text messages when connected to internet, may be able to make and receive voice calls):
Skype: drsethward, Viber (apparently works from your contact list) or other programs.
I have had reasonably good experience with Rebtel; you may be aware of other Voice or Message over-Internet or other programs designed to cut the cost of international contact. Google Voice is another inexpensive way to call from a computer in Israel to the US but in projecting costs, remember that calling a mobile inside Israel is more expensive than calling a landline. You may be able to get a response via voice through a voice-chat request over Google or Skype etc.