1. bitemarx's Avatar
    Tried making a call over the UMA with my mobile network turned off (on the Bold 9700) and they've charged me for the call.

    What I dont understand is this: Why should Orange charge me for calls that I make which (as far as I can understand!) essentially use my home broadband?? And my broadband provider is Plusnet.

    Could someone please explain this to me?

    Thanx in advance!
    M
    02-05-10 12:45 PM
  2. GlenB's Avatar
    There is another, fairly extensive, thread in this forum that describes how this works and why it is still classed as being on the carrier network. In short, a UMA connection routes you back into Orange, the only difference is that its over wifi/internet, rather than over the air. The rest of the call handling and routing is all standard Orange network stuff. Other carriers handle UMA in the same way too.

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    02-07-10 12:14 PM
  3. bargaincrazy09's Avatar
    Can someone tell me how you know when you are calling over uma ?

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    02-28-10 06:24 AM
  4. GlenB's Avatar
    You dont see GPRS/EDGE/3G on the display, instead it shows UMA
    02-28-10 09:38 AM
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