Verizon is providing more of its users with the possibility to enjoy global roaming. The carrier has just announced that four of its handsets have been recently approved for the task.
Three smartphones coming from Motorola have been enhanced with the new feature, along with a device from Taiwanese mobile phone maker HTC Corporation.
All these smartphones run under Google’s Android operating system and all of them feature support for the wireless carrier
’s 4G LTE network.
The list of new devices approved for global roaming includes the HTC Rezound, and Motorola's DROID RAZR, DROID RAZR MAXX, and DROID 4.
Through delivering this new update to its customers, Verizon ensures that they would be able to take full advantage of their devices when traveling abroad.
Following these enhancements, users will be able to take said smartphones in 220 countries around to the world to make calls, and they will enjoy data connectivity in more than 205 countries.
For that, of course, users need to activate the global data roaming capabilities when planning a trip, but that should not be a problem, Verizon
All of the necessary details on how to make this happen can be found on the wireless carrier’s website
As soon as the update is available for their devices, users will be notified on the matter. The update will arrive on all devices, even if users have no plans on leaving the country soon.
On the aforementioned support page on Verizon’s website, users will also find all of the necessary details on the handsets that offer global connectivity, as well as on what they need to do to take advantage of the feature.
The wireless carrier also provides specific details on the Global Data pricing options that its customers can benefit from when planning a trip outside the country.