Originally Posted by John Clark
If your BB says "TMobile - <network name>" and then says "UMA" in the corner then you will be charged for your calls just as if you were in the USA. So if you call a number in the USA your minutes will just be deducted from your regular minute plan. If you call a number in Spain it will be an internationakl call and a toll will apply. No need for the hotspot calling plan. The hotspot calling plan just gives you unlimited minutes over UMA.
So John, am I understanding this correctly? If I'm abroad and manage to find a Hot-Spot or UMA, then I can call the U.S. free?? But if I'm on home soil and in a Hot-Spot/UMA, any international calls are charged???
Huh, the TMO sales assoc sold me on the opposite theory....
I'm still a newbie and apparently gullible and my left thumb hurts....