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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by riverawin, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. riverawin

    riverawin Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Im travelling to Mexico and i want to know if somebody can help me because i dont want ot be charge by network (internet) charges so how can i disable th news feeds and fb twitter and the email check, because if i use them ill be charge for those and i dont want to know how much it will be.

    Thnaks
     


  2. DriodMe

    DriodMe Lurker

    The best thing you can do is contact your carrier and shut off the ability to use roaming services. When I went to Mexico I didn't want to use data/voice/SMS so I put my phone in airplane mode and then enabled wifi.

    Hope this helps. Have fun in Mexico!
     
  3. james27007

    james27007 Look into my Eye

    To make sure you do not get charged for data you just need to uncheck data roaming. Select menu --> settings --> wireless controls --> mobile netwoks --> and uncheck data roaming. This is good to do anyways, so when you are roaming in the US you do not get charged as well.

    The other option is to download "Quick Settings" a free app from Market. It has a "APN" disable option that will kill data no matter where you are. I use both methods when I travel to Canada. I don't want to pay $15/MB for international roaming.
     

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