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  1. #1
    dave2306
    Guest

    Hi, my girlfriend is in the bahamas and i can not get threw to her! we
    are both from the UK and she has a UK phone with her... when she was in
    florida it worked fine, but since she is on the cruise it has not been
    possible to get threw to her!

    i am wondering if anyoe knows if english phones work in bahamas etc...

    any help would be appreciated!

    Regards

    Dave




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    dave2306



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  2. #2
    Larry
    Guest

    Re: Signal in Bahamas

    dave2306 <dave2306.2e7d149@mobile-forum.co.uk> wrote in
    news:dave2306.2e7d149@mobile-forum.co.uk:

    > Hi, my girlfriend is in the bahamas and i can not get threw to her! we
    >


    You let your girlfriend go on a cruise ship to the Bahamas ALONE?!

    ARE YOU CRAZY?!

    She threw that phone overboard just out of Miami. All those swimmer-bodied
    blue-eyed, blondes from the States hangin' out around the big pool in their
    sexy, tight Speedos.....tsk, tsk, tsk. Those American boys go crazy over a
    pretty bird with the Queen's English....

    She'd been "safer" if you'd dropped her off in front of the biggest DJ club
    in London! At least the pretty boys aren't naked.....well, most of
    them....there.

    My condolences, Dave. Call the hotel you think she's staying at and see if
    she cancelled her room. She won't be needing it.....










    ......He sent his girlfriend to the Bahamas, ALONE! Crazy damned
    Englishmen....(sigh)




  3. #3
    Todd Allcock
    Guest

    Re: Signal in Bahamas

    At 12 Aug 2008 22:22:53 +0100 dave2306 wrote:
    >
    > Hi, my girlfriend is in the bahamas and i can not get threw to her! we
    > are both from the UK and she has a UK phone with her... when she was in
    > florida it worked fine, but since she is on the cruise it has not been
    > possible to get threw to her!
    >
    > i am wondering if anyoe knows if english phones work in bahamas etc...
    >
    > any help would be appreciated!



    That's up to your mobile operator and whatever roaming agreements they have-
    you might ask them who is their carrier there.

    If she's on the ship she might be a good girl and leave the phone off-
    roaming on cruise ships is generally a few pounds a minute, and even
    unanswered calls get charged one minute's time.





  4. #4
    dave2306
    Guest

    Re: Signal in Bahamas


    we got a funny immature ******* in the forms, probably a 12year old
    little by dieing to hold a girls hand.

    No shes not alone, she worked in america for 8 weeks and is going on
    the cruise with 10 other colleagues of hers. I do not know them so I do
    not have their numbers.

    Next time you have 1 of your so not funny answers think, you utter
    ****.




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    dave2306



  5. #5
    Larry
    Guest

    Re: Signal in Bahamas

    dave2306 <dave2306.2e87a08@mobile-forum.co.uk> wrote in
    news:dave2306.2e87a08@mobile-forum.co.uk:

    >
    > we got a funny immature ******* in the forms, probably a 12year old
    > little by dieing to hold a girls hand.
    >
    > No shes not alone, she worked in america for 8 weeks and is going on
    > the cruise with 10 other colleagues of hers. I do not know them so I do
    > not have their numbers.
    >
    > Next time you have 1 of your so not funny answers think, you utter
    > ****.
    >
    >
    >
    >


    Geez, Dave.....take it easy!

    Sure wish I was 12, though.....and know what I do now.

    I'm 62, what's your excuse?




  6. #6
    Steve Sobol
    Guest

    Re: Signal in Bahamas

    On 2008-08-13, Larry <noone@home.com> wrote:

    > I'm an obnoxious asshole, what's your excuse?


    There Larry, I corrected your post



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    Steve Sobol / Victorville, CA, USA
    It's all fun and games until someone starts a bonfire in the living room.




  7. #7
    Donald Newcomb
    Guest

    Re: Signal in Bahamas

    "Todd Allcock" <elecconnec@AmericaOnLine.com> wrote in message
    news:g7tgtu$7b3$1@aioe.org...
    > That's up to your mobile operator and whatever roaming agreements they
    > have-
    > you might ask them who is their carrier there.
    >
    > If she's on the ship she might be a good girl and leave the phone off-
    > roaming on cruise ships is generally a few pounds a minute, and even
    > unanswered calls get charged one minute's time.


    Did he say which operator she uses? I did some checking and it looks like
    Orange does not roam in Bahamas.

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    Donald R. Newcomb
    DRNewcomb (at) attglobal.net





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