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Old 04-14-2008, 01:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone, first post here.

On friday i am headed to the UK for work. The folks at tmobile said since my Curve is a quad-band phone it should be ok as long as i got the international option activated. Seems a bit simple for me but i could be and probably am wrong.

Anything else i need to be concerned about? I am using the Opera mini browswer so i had to change my TCP setting to Does this need to change to work in the UK?

What about google or BB map applications?

Any advice appreciated
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Getting the international plan added on is the right thing to do to retain your BB services, although it might be a bit costly.

We have T Mobile here in the uk and as you will be paying to roam I assume it is ok for you to leave your apn settings alone. The apn settings for t mobile uk are different here.

Google is universal!! though we do have a BB maps should also work on your data plan whilst here.

Might be a good idea to keep your data use to a minimum to avoid a huge bill when you get home.

Have a good trip!
Old 04-14-2008, 02:49 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I roam with Vodafone in the UK and it works very well.
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