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Trying to figure out roaming with Verizon

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Michael, Jul 6, 2004.

  1. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     



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  2. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  3. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  4. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  5. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  6. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  7. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  8. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  9. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  10. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  11. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  12. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  13. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  14. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  15. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  16. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  17. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  18. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  19. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     
  20. _KC_

    _KC_ Guest

    "Michael" <mhamesjr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:b4beac50.0407060458.151dfe79@posting.google.com...
    > Hello!!
    >
    > I would like to know how minutes are counted when my phone is on an
    > "Extended Network". Do nights and weekend minutes still count as free?
    > Are my family plan minutes or in-network minutes calls still free or
    > do they deduct from our regular minutes?



    Extended Network areas you still receive your free N/W's. In-network
    minutes aren't available because you aren't in the network. Calls between
    your phones come out of your regular minute allowance.



    > Also, I have a Motorola C343 and when I am on an "Extended Network"
    > the phone has a flashing triangle (if this information helps). So far
    > I have never seen it go into roam within any states I am in (at least
    > I think, what does the phone display when it is roaming?)


    If its roaming, the banner will read "Roaming" and the triangle roaming
    indicator will be solid instead of flashing.



    > Thanks for the help!!



    You are welcome. :)



    KC
     

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