Using WI-FI out of U.K.

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by johnnyi, Jul 21, 2008.

  1. johnnyi macrumors regular

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    Glasgow,UK
    #1
    02 say they will not cover your unlimited data abroad.They will charge to £3 for every 1MB downloaded:

    Should one of these Bolt Ons not suit and you just want to pay as you use, then downloading 1MB of data in an EU country will cost £3 and the same amount of data in a non EU country will cost £6. If you're abroad Wi-Fi will be subject to local charges.

    How much is 1MB equal to ?

    Thanks

    Jonathan
     
  2. Van Wildonher macrumors 6502a

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    You don't get charged for wi-fi usage. Unless it's one of those things you have to sign up for to use.
     
  3. deannnnn macrumors 68000

    deannnnn

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    New York City & South Florida
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    If you are in the US, and you use AT&T or T-Mobile's data network, then you will be charged extensive roaming charges on your O2 account.... but if you use WiFi over here, it's free... Unless the wifi provider is charging you something (like at Starbucks) but you won't be charged anything to your O2 account. They'll make you use a credit card.
     

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