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IPhone - how to charge in Europe?

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I'm traveling to Amsterdam & Paris later this month and trying to figure out how to charge my IPhone. I'm not taking a laptop. Can I plug it into any random computer to charge, or will I need a converter?

This is probably obvious to those of you who've done so before . . . I did read the previous (April) post on using IPhone in Europe, but wondered if any IPhone users have more current tips to share?

(My local store, when I went to ask about Int'l calling plan, said that ppl calling my cell from US would be charged int'l calling rate since "their phone would know that mine was in Europe." Isn't that the whole point of MY having an int'l calling plan, so the charge gets billed to me?)

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