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Travel to Aruba
leafrost
Member

We are in Aruba and I have done as you indicated above.  My daughters 4S is still receiving text messages though the settings say that cellular, data, and voice are off.  She does have wifi access.  What are we doing wrong?

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Re: Travel to Aruba
tikibar1
Sr. Leader
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She may be receiving iMessages ... turn those off (or turn off the wi-fi).

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leafrost
Member

Are we incurring charges if they are coming through wifi?

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tikibar1
Sr. Leader
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You normally aren't charged by Verizon when using wi-fi.  I don't know about being overseas, though.  Maybe someone more knowledgeable about global usage will chime in if they know differently.  Or you could contact Global Support and ask them:

International Support - Verizon Wireless

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