No - usually the mobile networks will do all the 'hard work' for you.
If the headphones work on a PC in the US, then they will work on UK PCs. However if your headphones come from a cell phone, then they will not.
The most reliable method is to dial in full international format: just prefix the US phone number with +1, including the plus symbol.
no. different frequency but I wish
Just dial +1 (including the plus symbol) followed by the 10-digit US telephone number, for mobiles and landlines.
Tmobile UK may work in the United States of America, but for best results ask your mobile service provider in order to know. Many cell phone companies have international plans now.
I think that the phone number is still the same so you would call it as if it is in the US. To answer my own question, (they have been here and now gone home again), you dial +1 followed by cell phone no.
Just like you would to any other place - by using the right telephone number. For instance if you're texting from the UK to a US phone, you need to use the US country code, and to drop the first zero in the cell phone prefix. If you're texting to a UK phone in the US, simply use the same number as if the phone was in the UK. The network jeeps track of where the phone is. Note that some contracts and prepaid phones might not allow international traffic.
Calling the US is always the easiest of international calls to make. From a cell phone you must first dial the + symbol and the number 1 into the phone. Your dial out number should read +1, the area code (3 digits), then the phone number (7 digits).
If you are calling a US-based cell phone that is at the moment physically in the UK, you just dial the US telephone number as normal. The physical location of the cell phone does not affect what you dial to call it. The cell phone user will pay any roaming fees that may apply. If you are calling a US cell phone from the UK, use telephone country code +1, followed by the 10-digit US telephone number. If you are calling from a mobile phone, you should be able to enter the number in full international format, beginning with the plus symbol. Otherwise, substitute the UK's international access prefix 00 for the plus symbol. Note that, unlike the UK, where mobile numbers are assigned to nationwide non-geographic codes, US cell phone numbers use the same geographic area codes as landlines, and are completely indistinguishable from landline numbers. Calls to US mobile phones are charged at identical rates to calls to US landline numbers.
Yes it will as long as it is GSM and it is unlocked
yes if you get international calling or buy a calling card.
From research carried out in 2012, approximately 86% of the US population had a cell phone. It's lower than the average for developed countries with the UK, for example, reporting 92% ownership.
The LG Voyager mobile phone is not available in the UK. LG Voyager mobile is a CDMA phone, which does not work outside the US.
Prefix the 10-digit US number with +1, including the plus symbol.
Most people in the US have a cell phone.
No. It won't work.If, we want to that phone has to work, then we would have to buy the new SIM card in UK.Then, surely it works...
In the US, cell phones are given numbers with standard area codes so there is no way to know if it is a land line or cell phone. Telephone operators do not make different charges because callers are unaware of the type of telephone they are calling. The additional costs of connecting to a cell phone are therefore paid by the cell phone subscriber rather than the caller. In the UK, cell phones have their own area codes, always starting with 07. Callers are able to identify the number as a cell phone. Telephone operators are therefore able to charge the caller rather than the cell phone subscriber. Both charging methods have their own benefits. In the UK, cell phone users cannot be charged for unwanted calls or for texts so costs for using a cell phone are easier to control. In the US, cell phones can be called without paying big premiums. A UK call from land line to cell phone can frequently cost 30p per minute or more (45c per minute).
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From a cell phone, dial +1 at the start. From a landline, dial 001 at the start. For example: +1(XXX)-XXX-XXXX or 001(XXX)-XXX-XXXX
There are many cell phone manufacturers scattered world wide. The most popular ones are: US, Canada, UK, Japan, Finland and China.
Dial +1 (including the plus symbol), followed by the 10-digit US telephone number.
yeah bu it may cost extraCheck to see if it will work first. The cell system/computer system is different in the UK and Europe from the US and it may not work on their systems.