correct, also most people don't know that the hotspot at home plan is a billing thing, not a technical thing. w/o the plan UMA will still work, it'll just bill you at your regular rate (anytime min, free weekend, mobile to mobile, myfaves, whatever applies at the time of that call). I've used UMA in Germany, UK, Netherlands and Belgium all without any additional charges.
Originally Posted by bikedogrun
as long as the latency of the connection you're using is up to par (you'll know that in about 2 seconds of trying to use it) its basically identical to GSM call quality
Originally Posted by Tichondrius
x2, all calls on UMA are "billed" the same as if you were in the USA using GSM
Originally Posted by CeluGeek
wow, haven't heard of that yet, thats really annoying. There are def workarounds (changing ports and/or bringing your own router, etc) but thats crap that they'd block this service.
Originally Posted by phillymax
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