Just received my T-Mobile bill today, and found charges on it for both mine and my partner's phones (they are on a single account), for EU Data Roaming.
But, as my message to T-Mobile just now might explain, I am at a loss to understand how:
"Dear T-Mobile, My recent bill in today, indicates Roaming Data charges on both mine and my partner's lines (they are both on my account).
However, this is simply physically NOT POSSIBLE, as I wasn't just careful not to use it at all while abroad, I actually DELETED THE NAME OF THE ACCESS POINT in the phone settings, so a connection was IMPOSSIBLE, and confirmed this by testing it whilst still in the UK.
This was done on both our phones.
So how can we have charges for EU Data Roaming, when it was actually Physically Impossible for a connection to be made...?"
For clarification, what I did was manually go into the settings on my phone, and changed the access point name from "general.t-mobile.uk" to something like "JunkPutMeBack"
I then of course tested that it was not possible to make any sort of Internet Connection using the phone.
This being done in the UK before leaving, and only set back a day after getting home.
So anyone got any ideas how I have charges on both our phones for EU Data Roaming,small that they may be, when it was physically not possible for the phone to connect...?