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    A NYC friend of mine is going to LA california. Will he get roaming
    charges? When do his nights begin? 9PM cellphone/local time, or 9pm
    home market/address/in this case NYC time? What about long distence to
    accept or make calls? What about unlimited direct connect while your
    "roaming"/outside of his home area? If his plan has free incoming, will
    it work while he is "roaming"/outside of his home area?




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    1badss
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    A NYC friend of mine is going to LA california. Will he get roaming
    charges? (no, nextel does not have roaming, if you have service you don't get charged anything extra, within the USA)

    When do his nights begin? 9PM cellphone/local time, or 9pm
    home market/address/in this case NYC time? (nights begin at 9pm where you are making the call with the phone)

    What about long distence to
    accept or make calls? (if his plan is not provisioned for free long distance, then he will be charged for long distance calls made not recieved)

    What about unlimited direct connect while your
    "roaming"/outside of his home area? (if he does not have nationwide direct connect it is $0.15/min for direct connect)

    If his plan has free incoming, will
    it work while he is "roaming"/outside of his home area? (yes, his incoming calls will still be free, assuming you are saying he has one of the free incoming plans, he will not get charged for any long distance as I stated above because his plan is provisioned for long distance)
    any further questions please feel free to ask



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    Zman53
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    Re: Nextel Roaming/out of home area

    Nextel does not have roaming.

    Nights are at local time.

    Any calls from/to NYC while in LA will be long-distance, but if he has free
    incoming he has long distance included, so it won't matter. Any calls to LA
    area are considered local. (Check Nextel.com for coverage areas).

    He will have his unlimited direct connect, and any user in the South CA area
    will be local, but Direct Connect calls back to NYC will be at the
    Nationwide Direct Connect rate of $0.10 per minute per phone, unless he has
    the Nationwide Direct Connect buy-up plan.


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > A NYC friend of mine is going to LA california. Will he get roaming
    > charges? When do his nights begin? 9PM cellphone/local time, or 9pm
    > home market/address/in this case NYC time? What about long distence to
    > accept or make calls? What about unlimited direct connect while your
    > "roaming"/outside of his home area? If his plan has free incoming, will
    > it work while he is "roaming"/outside of his home area?
    >






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    1badss
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    didn't I already say all of that.



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    Isaiah Beard
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    Re: Nextel Roaming/out of home area

    1badss wrote:
    > didn't I already say all of that.



    Yes you did, but:

    1. It was jumbled in with the quoted text of the OP, making your
    response difficult to pick out, and

    2. You're not the only reading usenet, and thus aren't the only one
    authorized to respond.

    --
    E-mail fudged to thwart spammers.
    Transpose the c's and a's in my e-mail address to reply.



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    1badss
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    it was mixed into a quote so I could answer each question separately so it would no be one run on paragraph.



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    jwood
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    Re: Nextel Roaming/out of home area

    I like it! FREE SPEECH

    "Isaiah Beard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > 1badss wrote:
    >> didn't I already say all of that.

    >
    >
    > Yes you did, but:
    >
    > 1. It was jumbled in with the quoted text of the OP, making your response
    > difficult to pick out, and
    >
    > 2. You're not the only reading usenet, and thus aren't the only one
    > authorized to respond.
    >
    > --
    > E-mail fudged to thwart spammers.
    > Transpose the c's and a's in my e-mail address to reply.






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