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Up to now, international travelers have had a few very expensive options for using data roaming off of their carrier network. You could just leave everything on your iPhone turned on, then pay an arm and a leg for all of that bandwidth you chewed up sending Vines from the Parthenon to your friends...

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November 7, 2014 at 2:00PM
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Verizon and the FCC have been going at it for sometime over a variety of issues, but one of the more notable has been the data roaming rules that narrowly passed last year. In May of 2011 the carrier filed suit against the commission, claiming it had overstepped its authority by demanding larger pro...

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Update: All Things D reports that Apple is aware of the issue and working on it. A number of owners of Verizon iPad 2s are reporting that their devices seem to be having issues accessing the Verizon 3G network. As discussed in the Apple support forums and reported by GigaOM's The Apple Blog, th...

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Roaming gouging has been an ongoing issue in Europe for some time -- an issue EU officials have been looking to solve as of late -- and a big step in capping that garbage goes into effect as of today, July 1. Data roaming will now be automatically cut off by law when a user's roaming bill breaks the...

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