07-03-2009 4:08 AM
I'll be travelling to Chile next month, and was wondering what my best option was for using my Tilt there.
I know I can contact AT&T and tack on some sort of international plan that will cost me a fortune to use, but there has to be a better way. I've heard of people going to other countries and buying a SIM there to stick in their phone. How does that work? Is it hard to do? (I don't mean the physical act of swapping SIMs--I know that part's easy.) Will texting work if I do this?
07-03-2009 5:37 AM
07-03-2009 6:26 AM
I didn't know if AT&T would give me a hard time about unlocking the phone or not. After all, my goal is to not use them as my provider while out of the country.
If I pick up a SIM in Chile, how will texting and data service work? Will that depend on the provider there? I'd like to be able to text back home to stay in touch, but not if it's going to cost a crazy price. I also have an AT&T data card for my laptop, and am wondering if I can swap the SIM I get in Chile between the phone and the data card.
07-04-2009 12:02 PM
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