Why did California became a free state?
With the Gold Rush came a huge increase in population and a pressing need for civil government. In 1849, Californians sought statehood and, after heated debate in the U.S. Congress arising out of the slavery issue, California entered the Union as a free, nonslavery state by the Compromise of 1850.
Can you call Puerto Rico for free?
No, you will not be charged a fee if someone calls you from outside the U.S. Note: Calls to Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands, and many Caribbean countries do not require you to dial “011.” These numbers are dialed the same way as long distance calls within the United States.
How do I call PR?
Since PR is part of the North American Numbering Plan (or NANP), there is no need to dial 011, the U.S. exit code. Just dial 1, the Puerto Rico country code. Then dial 787/939, the area codes within this NANP region, followed by the 7-digit phone number.
Does tmobile work in Saudi Arabia?
No. Your T-Mobile phone will allow you to make calls from the US to any country, but remember that per-minute calling rates can vary by country. All you need to do is dial “+” followed by the country code, city code, and local number.
Can I use T-Mobile internationally?
Roaming with T-Mobile Magenta, ONE Plan, and Simple Choice plans give you unlimited 2G data and texting in more than 210 countries and destinations at no extra charge, while voice calls are $0.25/minute. Use our International Roaming checklist to go over everything you need to know about using your phone abroad.
Does my T-Mobile plan include International?
The T-Mobile Essentials plan provides unlimited texting and calling at $0.20 per minute (but not data) in 210+ countries and destinations. If you do, there’s no need to add a separate feature or call Business Care before traveling. International roaming is included in qualifying plans at no extra charge.
Do I want data roaming on or off?
If you really want to be safe, I recommend turning off Cellular Data entirely when you’re traveling abroad. You’ll still be able to send photos and check your email when you’re on Wi-Fi, and you won’t be surprised by a massive phone bill when you get home.