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What will my data allowance be with travelpass?
nydiana
Member

I looked into adding international data to my phone for an upcoming trip to England, Spain and France.  The first plan say $10/day only for days you use it.  But it does not say how much data.  Would it be up to the amount you already have in your monthly plan?

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Re: international data
Weth
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Yes, it just uses your current plan limits and overage charges. 

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vzw_customer_support
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Nydiana, wishing you safe travels to Europe. Help is here to ensure you are set up for the best success for your travel needs. The Travel Pass is a great feature that will allow you to use your phone internationally for a great price. The allotment for the Travel Pass is dependant upon your current plan as it uses that for the usage while traveling. Click here for more information. http://vz.to/1UBaS6a


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Re: international data
Weth
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Yes, it just uses your current plan limits and overage charges. 

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PINKCADILLAC42

I have signed up for travel pass. I am in france, voice and text works fine but my data doesn't seem To work. Do I have to set anything special in settings? Have Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Thanks!

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Weth
Sr. Leader

Did you change network setting to LTE/GSM/UMTS? Instead of LTE/CDMA?

Network Mode Settings - Samsung Galaxy S7 / S7 edge

  1. From a Home screen, navigate: Apps Apps icon > Settings > Mobile networks.
    Note These instructions apply to Standard mode only.
  2. Tap Network mode.
  3. Tap the appropriate setting:
    Global
    This is the preferred setting for most locations.
    LTE/CDMA
    This setting should only be selected if experiencing service issues in locations that offer multiple network types and only LTE/CDMA is needed.
    LTE/GSM/UMTS
    This setting should only be selected if experiencing service issues in locations that offer multiple network types and only LTE/GSM/UMTS is needed.
    Note The preferred international carrier is automatically selected.
    Note You can manually select an alternate carrier but it may require as many as 6 registration attempts with that carrier prior to successful registration.