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America

I am visitng the USA for a month and dont really need the travel bolt as i only intend to communicate via text. However, will i be charged for calls that are classified as missed calls or if the caller leaves a voicemail?

 

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Re: America

Yes you will be charged for any voicemails.
We always advise you dial 1760 to turn it off before leaving UK.
You will also be charged for sending texts.
http://international.o2.co.uk/internationaltariffs/travelling_abroad
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Re: America

@Lottie

Your best bet is to use as much Wifi as possible to communicate with friends and family

Messenger, Whatsapp and Skype are the way to go

Enjoy your holiday slight smile

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Re: America

Travel to US.PNG

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Re: America

Hi @Lottie, and welcome to the forum Wave sun I hope you found the information the other members shared above useful, but please let us know if you have any additional questions! 

 

Whereabouts in America will you be going?

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