Hello! What is the easiest way to (temporarily) disable Roam Like Home?
The reason being I will travel through Europe to Asia, where I will get
a local SIM. While in Europe, I may send one or two texts, but not $10
worth, so I would rather have the p...
From the FAQ: What actions trigger the daily charge? The daily charge of
$5/day* will be triggered by the first instance of either a voice call
(made or received), outgoing text or MMS, or the use of data over the
network when roaming in the U.S (lik...
Right, but you're on the Premium/Premium+ Tab pricing. After the two
years are up, you should be able to switch to the BYOD / No Tab pricing.
Not sure if this is what LSTEAGUE was asking about but I was wondering
the same. Does it switch automaticall...
On my last bill I had a one-day Roam Like Home charge ($10, England) for
a day in which I had data roaming off, did not make any calls, nor send
any texts. The rep did refund me the charge, but said that the phone
must be turned off or SIM removed in...
Sorry, to clarify, I will change SIMs when I get to my destination
(Asia), and not while in transit (Europe). I may use the phone for
emergencies in Europe, with my Rogers SIM, which is why I am asking the
question. Thanks again!
Thanks @ShakTiburon! Now let's clarify the Call Forwarding then. How is
it different when one is roaming compared to when one is not roaming?
Isn't the forwarding set centrally and the network would not need to
reach my phone (it should know that for...