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    GPS while roaming
    I am heading to a foreign country in the near future and plan on keeping my phone in airplane mode the entire time so that I don't get hit with crazy charges. I was just wondering if I would still be able to use GPS for things like geo-tagging (and maybe checking directions if I had access to wi-fi) without incurring any charges from AT&T.
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    Jan 21, 2009
    Yes you should.
    The GPS is independent from any mobile network.

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