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Using GSM internet in canada on unicel

Discussion in 'All Other Wireless Companies' started by jaso109, Nov 5, 2008.

  1. jaso109

    jaso109 New Member

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    i got a unicel phone with a internet card for my laptop so i can use the gprs internet. right now i got unlimited use and i got nationwide calling. if i was to go to canada would i be charged any fees or roming for using the internet there. i have hard they can charge up to .01 a byte and that can add up to 1000s of dollars fast especially if the internet is working up to speed.
     
  2. Telekom

    Telekom Bronze Senior Member
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    Nokia 5310, iPhone 3G[S]
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    T-Mobile US, Fido CA, T-Mobile NL, Orange IL
    Roaming you'll always pay additional unless your plan specifically says you can use it outside of your domestic area. Nationwide calling means in your own nation not internationally!

    Of course you could have found that out for sure yourself by making a call to customer care :)
     

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