by JacquieR Investigator
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What do I have to do to use my mobile in USA

Hi - is there anything I need to do to ensure my mobile works in Denver?

 

Thanks

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by Brilliant Contributor
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Re: What do I have to do to use my mobile in USA

Make sure roaming is active on your account.

 

Make sure you purchase a roaming add on so it doesn't cost you the earth.


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by Grand Master
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Re: What do I have to do to use my mobile in USA

@JacquieR: Text ROAMING to 150 before you leave.

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Re: What do I have to do to use my mobile in USA

Whilst you still have to make sure roaming is enabled on your account before you leave, if you are on EE Max plan (purchased on or after May 10th 2017), all roaming in the US will be included in your standard allowances.

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EE Community Support Team

Re: What do I have to do to use my mobile in USA

Hi @JacquieR

 

Welcome to the community. 🙂

 

I see you have been offered some fantastic help here already.

 

Check out our Getting ready to use your phone abroad support article.

 

Have an amazing time in Denver. 🙂

 

Chris

by JacquieR Investigator
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Re: What do I have to do to use my mobile in USA

Thanks Chris

Thanks most helpful. And yes we're looking forward to our trip to Denver.

Best regards

Jacquie

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