Hey All, I am traveling overseas next week, and will definitely be using a foreign sim card as T-mobile roaming data speeds are pretty pathetic (can't complain though, as it is free) and I will not have Wifi access. I do use Google Hangouts as my "travel phone number" which gives me a local number for free VOIP calls. Now I would like to still receive phone calls from my main T-mobile line, so a friend suggested to use Call Forwarding. There is an option within the phone settings, which asks for a number to forward calls to. I have the following questions 1) I called T-mobile about this, and they said they have to do something on their end to enable call forwarding. Is this true, or should I just enter my google hangouts number within the settings and we will be good to go? 2) International calls cost $0.20/min, so to confirm if my sim is out of my phone will I get charged at all for these calls that are forwarded to me? 3) It is pretty safe to assume they will not push voice messages to my phone, but will voicemail be possible at all? Previously with at&t if I was overseas my voice mails would not work, if you called my number it would say "the customer is out of range" or something along those lines. I am totally fine with checking in daily the old fashioned way if it does work Thank you in advance for your assistance!