I'm going in November, and they told me it will work in Europe. You might want to sign up for the Over seas plan though, to get the .99 a minute rates. Also keep in mind, that's just AT&T's rate, you can still be hit with the service fees from the tower owner or european cell provider. The calls home will add up FAST.Anyone know if att will charge me if i use edge over in paris? or will my phone even work in paris? my hotel has free wifi and the iphone is gonna be a lifesaver with the map option trying to navigate through the city
You need to call ATT and have them entitle your phone for international roaming and dialing. Calls and data are very expensive, so keep that in mind. The best thing to do is to call the ATT Int'l group directly at 916-843-4685.I looked on Apple's spec page to no avail. Is it safe to assume that you don't need a converter to charge the iPhone on 240v systems in Europe?