Originally Posted by NJBlackBerry
How do you know they won't have UMA? So far, Sheraton and Hilton have worked fine with UMA/WiFi. As has the Continental President's Club and "free" WiFi at the Las Vegas Airport. And at a conference I recently attended.
In fact, I have yet to connect to a WiFi network that didn't support UMA.
I don't know but I'd like to be proactive in preparing. The only way to find out is by going. Calling them up and saying "Do you have UMA", whill most likely cause the response of "DUH".
What about La Quinta hotels?
My next question is, would UMA work from Europe and allow for free mins. That would really be something to be able to use the 8320 and all be part of HomeSpot when overseas.