1. boyerm25's Avatar
    The CEO and a VP of the company I work for are currently in Thailand. The CEO has his service through AT&T and the VP uses Sprint. Both called their providers before they left and made sure that they were set up with international roaming. However, neither of them have service (phone or email) in Bangkok. The CEO spent almost an hour on the phone with AT&T but didn't get anywhere. Are there any particular tricks to getting Blackberry service to work in Thailand?
    05-05-10 12:25 PM
  2. gatorback's Avatar
    Roaming issues are generally not an issue with the phone, provided that it is compatible with the prevailing signaling scheme (usually GSM). That being said, if I am going abroad, I would make sure that I brought my quad band GSM phone and that my destination uses GSM. If travel is in the equation, make sure that the device is Quad band and that the provider is alerted to travel. If all else fails buying a local SIM can be a lifesaver (have ATT Sim unlock before travel).
    05-06-10 09:30 AM
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