1. kyleresq's Avatar
    Hello, all. This is my first post in the Android forums but I have historically been an avid Crackberry user about to jump to my first Android from an unlocked BB Torch on Tmobile. However, when checking out the phone on TMobile's site, it is unchecked under "international." I use my BB phones internationally - sometimes on UMA/wifi but other times just paying for the roaming data. Does this phone have that capability?
    01-18-2011 03:45 PM
  2. NoSpin's Avatar
    Wow, I'm actually not sure. This seems like a question that t-mobile support could help with though.
    01-19-2011 06:37 AM
  3. berrydroidcafe's Avatar
    There's really no reason it shouldn't. I'm getting ready to make a trip overseas and since my Android phones are still basically new, i'm not sure if I will be able to get them unlocked in time for free by tmo, so I'll have to go elsewhere to have it done, which will cost me money. :-(
    03-13-2011 01:39 AM
  4. backbeat's Avatar
    Hello, all. This is my first post in the Android forums but I have historically been an avid Crackberry user about to jump to my first Android from an unlocked BB Torch on Tmobile. However, when checking out the phone on TMobile's site, it is unchecked under "international." I use my BB phones internationally - sometimes on UMA/wifi but other times just paying for the roaming data. Does this phone have that capability?
    G2 is WiFi-calling capable. Would there be any restriction of that function while in traveling outside the US? The most reliable answer would come direct from TMO.
    03-13-2011 02:16 PM
  5. legendary1022's Avatar
    yes the phone is international capable because it is a GSM device. You probably wont be on 3G in most areas but you may be able to get a pay as you go SIM so that you are not paying huge roaming fees.
    03-14-2011 02:47 PM
  6. backbeat's Avatar
    You're welcome.
    04-01-2011 08:31 AM
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