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Iphone Ipad in Europe

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I have read some nightmare stories about charges for the usage of the iphone or ipad in Europe on a cruise.

I think that I will be OK, but thought I'd run my thoughts by someone here. My experience is that Fodorites are my best reference for anything travel related.

1. iPhone - My service is through Virgin. They do not have service in Europe and so said there should be no roaming charges. (I will be able to use if if I find a location for wifi.)

2. iPad - I pay for the cellular on a month by month basis - normally just when I am going on a trip. If I do not pay for the cellular, I would think that I would alleviate any chance of connecting to something unexpectedly expensive.

I will be satisfied with having access only when there is free wifi somewhere. I just don't want to accidentally do something that will create unexpected charges.

Thanks for your help.

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