This question isn't specific to the Droid X. I am currently in the UK and can't use my X to make calls but I can stilll use it to get email and internet access through a wifi network. I can also still access my audible books and other apps of course. I have a loaner Global Blackberry from Verizon to use as a phone. It came with a convertible plug and adapters that allow you to plug the phone into British power outlets. Unfortunately it is for a mini-USB device and the X is a micro-USB so I can't use the same charger to charge the X while in England. I was not able to find a similar set of plugs to use with a micro-USB device. My question is, if I get a plug in England with a micro-USB connector, is it safe to use it with my Droid X -- or do I need a special plug that will convert the different voltage? I think it would be okay since the power has to be converted to work with the device's battery anyway -- and I would assume the batteries are the same -- but I just want to be certain.