hsh427 0 Posted July 23, 2009 Share Posted July 23, 2009 Hello - I JUST started using EN, so forgive my ignorance. I am traveling to Europe next week and have been clipping a lot of notes/URLs to my iphone regarding places to see/things to do while I am on my trip. I think I have now figured out, however, that if I want to actually view these pages/notes while in Europe, I am going to have to actually be connected to the 3G network and/or a wi-fi spot, correct? I can't view them offline? My real question is this: If I view the notes while connected to a local wi-fi spot in Europe, I shouldn't get charged roaming fees/international data fees, correct? BUT, if I view them while using the 3G, it will count as megabytes used towards my international data plan? I am buying 50 mb of data for my trip. BUT I have NO IDEA what that really means!?! How much data is in one MB?? If I look at one of my clipped notes/URLs for 30 seconds to find an address of someplace I want to visit, how much of my data plan is that "costing" me? If anyone has used EN in this situation and could shed some light on any of this, I would greatly appreciate. I don't want to come home to a $700 phone bill! Link to comment
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