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 Traveling out the country, what to turn off?
Unread 04-19-2012, 03:58 PM   #1
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Traveling out the country, what to turn off?

Leaving out the country and would like to know what to turn off so I don't get Charged for texting or calling or mms or any data what so ever. Basicly all I want to work on my phone is the actual phone part that's it. Thanks for any help btw I ATT
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assuming you're jailbroken, u just use the data toggle in sbsettings

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as for SMS i dont think its possible to turn them off

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if you're so worried about roaming rates why not just deactivate your roaming through at&t ?
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Unread 04-19-2012, 08:47 PM   #3
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Can't you turn off roaming in the settings on your iphone?
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I would strongly suggest just turning off data
Also you can have WIFI on while you turn on airplane mode!

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I would strongly suggest just turning off data
Also you can have WIFI on while you turn on airplane mode!
We have a bingo! Airplane mode and wifi on. Ive traveled with enough iphones to know this is the safest way to do it without taking out the sim card
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Then you can't make calls

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Then you can't make calls
It will still connect to the network and incur roaming charges.
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