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If you do not disable mobile (or cellular) data, you must have a tariff that includes a data allowance.
If bit's only required for iMessage and whatsapp a small 300mb a month will suffice, but much cheaper than £1 per day.
Thanks everyone, you've really helped
She's only 10 so only uses it in the house really and then it's connected to wifi.
I've turned mobile data off and I'm going to see if I can turn mms off in case when she's using iMessage the emoji is making it be sent as an mms.
Let us know if that does the trick @Anonymous ...I know all about 10 year olds and mobile phone bills...
I'm going to see if I can turn mms off in case when she's using iMessage the emoji is making it be sent as an mms.
That's a good idea too but as long as wifi is connected it will just send as an iMessage
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