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Old 11-18-2010, 03:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know that triangle mean roaming....but my question is how can i set up my phone to get rid of it....try rooming off...no bbm or data what so ever....

The 9700 its from rogers unlocked and i use it on fido would that be the problem and if its what settings can i change to have it as home only ?

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it's your voice plan that forces ur phone to turn on that roming sign. i'm on fido as well and i have that roming sign on as well namely because i used to have the City Fido grandfather plan, and when fido was bought by roger, the roming sign came on due to the way the plan was structured ie running from rogers through fido. Even though i wasn't roming, and neither are u, it's simply there. once i switched my plan to the vip free long distance plan, and fido became much more independent of Rogers, fido told me that that roming sign will no longer be on because i have a completely new plan. But, it's still there lol. Personally i believe in my case it's attached to the phone number

So, there is no way to turn it off because of the way ur plan is set up, ect. So don't worry about it. If it still bothers u, call fido and see what they say.

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thanks bro....its just thought i was only me but i guess im not alone in this quest....now i can sleep at peace....thanks once again!!!!
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