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Topic # 33115 30-Apr-2009 08:58
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If travelling to Australia on BW will roaming just work - or do we need to contact BW and turn it on? cheers

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  Reply # 210798 30-Apr-2009 09:06
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Prudence would suggest giving them a call a few weeks before you go (or now even). You would be gutted if someone came on and said "it just works" but turned out to be wrong.




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  Reply # 210807 30-Apr-2009 09:37
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good advice thanks - Tony.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 210816 30-Apr-2009 10:02
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Sooo.. coming over for CEBIT then?




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tonyhughes: Prudence would suggest giving them a call a few weeks before you go (or now even). You would be gutted if someone came on and said "it just works" but turned out to be wrong.

Prudence who?  You mean John Lennon's friend?

I travelled through SE Asia with BW roaming and I just rang them up a bit before we left.

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  Reply # 210908 30-Apr-2009 14:58
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bazzer: I travelled through SE Asia with BW roaming and I just rang them up a bit before we left.

What did they say? Did they have to activate it on their end?

I wonder if they need seperate roaming agreements, or if they are just part of Vodafone as far as roaming is concerned.

Im picking the latter...




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  Reply # 211016 30-Apr-2009 20:04
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DataCraft: If travelling to Australia on BW will roaming just work - or do we need to contact BW and turn it on? cheers


From memory they had to activate mine but it only took a few minutes and no forms to fill out etc, they just did it after I called.

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