OT - Verizon/ATT Cell/4G Signal Booster/Repeater
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Sun Dec 21 15:44:08 UTC 2014
On Sunday, December 21, 2014, Jared Mauch <jared at puck.nether.net> wrote:
> That is my understanding. Wifi calling is treated as on-net "home" calling.
> Jared Mauch
Confirmed. Same for text messages. I have used in asia, south america, and
Europe. Just works.
For me this was a killer feature while traveling.... Or being in my
basement. But i think the free* International data roaming in most
countries now takes the cake
*speed is 2g-ish
Ps. I am not impartial
> >> On Dec 20, 2014, at 4:58 PM, Doug Barton <dougb at dougbarton.us
> >>> On 12/19/14 8:30 PM, Javier J wrote:
> >>> Add T-mobile LTE and to that list.
> >>> I need one.
> >> I'm using wifi calling on my T-mobile device now and then 'just 'cuz',
> and it works a treat. Usually my cell coverage is excellent, but I'm sure
> that someday I'll be in a spot where I need it, so I want to keep
> exercising that path occasionally. :)
> >> FWIW,
> >> Doug
> >> (Usually I wouldn't bother speaking about a specific vendor, especially
> one that's arguably off-topic, but given the historical scuzziness of most
> of the mobile vendors, and what T-mobile is doing now to improve the
> situation; albeit with occasionally distasteful marketing theatrics, I
> thought it worth mentioning ...)
> > Doug,
> > Just a question on T-Mobile and wifi. If you are traveling to a roaming
> country will wifi calls to #s back home be treated as non roaming calls?
> > Tom
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