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too much international roaming on Tmobile

too much international roaming on Tmobile

  1. Anonymous

    Tmobile is telling me that they will block roaming usage since I used more than 50% of my roaming internationally. I called Tmo and they are all telling me different things( no more phone calls &texting etc.) Since I need to spend my time in Canada a lot now to take care of my sister, I need to know if someone could tell me what happens when they block roaming usage as they say and any pointer on how I can minimize international roaming thank you

  2. David W

    I believe part of TMobile’s service contract is that they can deny/revoke/adjust services for consumers that connect to an outside network very often.

    I think it just means that you wont be able to use your phone in Canada as much as you have been able to. The only thing I can think of is to connect to wifi as much as possible and/or get a local Canadian sim card.

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