With iPhones can I cancel 3g/ edge access?

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  1. raEEv3

    raEEv3 New Member

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    Okay so i've asked a question similuar to this question 3 times before.. nobody gave me a straight answer.. so I've never this answer down more specifically so hopefully.. I don't have to ask this again -_-". So I own an ipod touch, and from what I experience when i'm too far from my wi-fi network, the wi-fi closes and it connects to another one available that i'm familuar with. So I don't have an iPhone.. i'm wondering from iphone (old) version or if people know if iPhone 3g.... will it like automatically go from wi-fi to 3g/ edge? if my wi-fi connection is too far or it just closes? Will it automatically go to edge/3g without telling me? Because my phone plan is basic.. calling back and forth... no internet surfing, and I do not want to get charged. So I want to be able to control if it uses edge/ 3g or not...
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    skynex721 New Member

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    Answer this first, what carrier do you have? AT&T or Tmobile?
  3. raEEv3

    raEEv3 New Member

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    I don't get how does that matter.. I just said my current phone plan only has basic calling back and forth.. no texting... voice mail, caller id or anything

    And i'm neither, I don't live in the states, I use fido
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    diegohuyke New Member

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    I don't have an iphone but I believe you can turn the edge off so they don't charge you for using the internet.
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    You can turn them both off.
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    raEEv3 New Member

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    Really? Is this confirmed?

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