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Topic # 193794 24-Mar-2016 14:24
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I have a mobile phone registered with the Telecom network. If I call 111 in an area where Telecom have no coverage, but ,say, Vodafone do, is my 111 call connected?


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  Reply # 1519083 24-Mar-2016 14:27
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Yes as long as a SIM card is in the handset and the handset can camp on the other carrier and handset should display ' emergency calls only '

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  Reply # 1519084 24-Mar-2016 14:29
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Yes, basically. In that scenario your handset will say 'Emergency calls only'. That is an indication you only have coverage from networks other than your home network. 'No Service' means no coverage from anyone (and hence no Emergency calls).





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