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Our readers are a smart lot, and I suspect that most who delight in using their iPhones understand the difference between Cellular and Wi-Fi communications. Let's face it, though, there are still many who don't fully grasp the often-vague distinctions between the two. When traveling abroad, a clear understanding goes a long way towards avoiding sticker shock when returning home to a waiting bill from the cellular provider. In this article, I will show you what steps you can take — before and during your journey abroad — to make sure that when you return home, you can use your time to cherish your travel memories instead of gnashing your teeth and rending your clothes over huge cellular bills. There are two types of networks that your iPhone — or any smartphone — can utilize for communications: Cellular and Wi-Fi.
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The iPhone is capable of doing so many things that it can quickly become your go-to device for things that you might not have even considered. It can even stream videos from the Internet from services like Netflix, allowing you to entertain yourself without downloading large files to your phone and taking up a large percentage of your limited storage space. But streaming Netflix videos on your phone can use a lot of data if you are connected to your cellular network, which can wind up costing you a lot of money if you go over your monthly data allowance. Fortunately you can restrict the Netflix app so that it will only connect to the Internet when you are connected to a Wi-Fi network. This is a great setting to use if you have younger children on your cell phone plan who might not realize how much data they are using by streaming Netflix.
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