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Old 09-25-2007, 09:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

I have a query.

If I goto options -> Mobile Network -> set the Data Services to OFF. It will stop the mail synchronization.

How about other applications like CHAT ? Weather updates ?


I want to off all these except phone calls and SMS when I am overseas. Will the above do ? or I need to go to individual applications to switch it off (if any) ?

Thanks for the help.

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The above setting will effectively stop all data and leave you with phone and sms only.
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Exactly what Penguin said. Stops all data. It'll save you loads of $$$ when roaming internationally. It even stops TCP/IP. You'll see the GPRS/EDGE turn to gprs/edge.
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Using emails & pins out of the US is cheaper than a phone call.
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How about putting local sim?
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Thanks all for the help.

I saw there is an option "Off when Roaming". Does it mean if I set to this option, when I go overseas, Data Services are automatically set to off ?

If it is, this is one great feature

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