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Just wondering what experience people have had with O2 and roaming.
There are also different charges for people travelling to countries outside the EU
These can be found here
The other advice we always give, is to make sure voicemail is turned off before you travel, particularly if travelling outside the EU.
Dependent on what country you travel to and if on international rates, you could be charged for receiving the voicemail and again for listening to it. Turn it off by dialling 1760.(back on 1750)
Finally, it's always best to use Wifi wherever you are. You can keep in touch with family and friends using Messenger, Whatsapp and Skype if you make sure they have those apps as well.
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@MI5 and @Cleoriff shared a lot of detailed info on roaming above, which should definitely help! I hope this will answer your questions, but please do let us know if you still need some clarifications
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O2 Samsung Note9 Pay Monthly has very good roaming in many parts of North America. But disappointingly, O2 Samsung Tab S4 Pay Monthly has extremely poor to no roaming. O2 Support said they specifically do not to allow roaming in the US for tablets. Hard and expensive lesson: Don't buy tablets at O2 if you want to data roam outside of UK and Europe!