|05-11-2007, 06:47 PM||#11|
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The SIM or BRAIN of the phone is removed with the SIM card. There is nothing to identify the phone to the network as Canadian - or anything else - if the SIM card is removed. This is only true with Rogers.
I haven't seen pre-paid SIM's in the states but they probably exist. If you can find 'em.. there would be no roaming fees.
Further.. last time I went to Florida (8 weeks ago), I paid Rogers some amount.. I think it was 75$ for 240 minutes over one month or something like that. They have a U-S Travelling add-on. The minutes are prorated for however long you have the option on your bill.
One little catch. Last year I cancelled the plan the day I got home. And then some calls I had made when the plan was active, were actually reported to Rogers by the US Carriers on my bill AFTER I shut the plan off. I called Rogers and these were credited.
On my most recent trip.. I left it on my bill for 7 days after I got home and then cancelled. And everything was reported correctly.
And I reiterate, if you use one of these plans, there are NO roaming fees.
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Last edited by CanadianGuy; 05-11-2007 at 07:15 PM.
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