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Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace Network Usage across the border

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Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace - Network - Usage across the border - Step 1
  • When you are abroad, your Samsung Galaxy Ace automatically connects to a partner network. This is called roaming.
  • Therefore, preferably keep network selection on your Samsung Galaxy Ace set to automatic mode.
  • In Belgium your Samsung Galaxy Ace automatically chooses the Belgacom network. For more information about network coverage, click here.
  • To manually select a different network, follow these step by step instructions.
Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace - Network - Usage across the border - Step 2
  • Start screen.
  • Choose the menu symbol.
Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace - Network - Usage across the border - Step 3
  • Choose Settings.
Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace - Network - Usage across the border - Step 4
  • Choose Wireless and networks.
Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace - Network - Usage across the border - Step 5
  • Choose Mobile networks.
Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace - Network - Usage across the border - Step 6
  • Choose Network operators.
Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace - Network - Usage across the border - Step 7
  • The Samsung Galaxy Ace is now searching for available networks.
Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace - Network - Usage across the border - Step 8
  • Choose the desired network.
  • Click hier for roaming partner networks abroad. These are mobile networks with which Proximus has negotiated reduced rates
Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace - Network - Usage across the border - Step 9
  • The Samsung Galaxy Ace is now requesting access to the selected network.
Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace - Network - Usage across the border - Step 10
  • The name of the selected network is now displayed in the Start screen.
  • you can now call and browse the internet via the chosen network.
Samsung S5830 Galaxy Ace - Network - Usage across the border - Step 11
  • Click here for more information about available networks and rates abroad.
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