Replying to: International Roaming. by euroboy002
Verizon has a notification on their website that says: Verizon Wireless will terminate your service for good cause if less than half of your voice or data usage over three consecutive billing cycles is on the Verizon Wireless National Enhanced Services Rate and Coverage Area.
That clause is actually related to "off network roaming" within the US, not international roaming.
For example if you moved and area where verizon has a roaming agreement with a regional carrier and over half of your usage was on their network and not verizon's they might cancel your service. That's because verizon has to pay for their customer to access those towers.
Verizon charges you for international roaming to pay their costs plus a markup so you'd never get such a notification.
I have a couple articles on phonecan that may be helpful in figuring out what to do for your phone service.
This one explains the "off net" clause i was just talking about:
http://www.phonecan.com/index.php/wireless-101-what- ... »
This one is about unlocking phones:
http://www.phonecan.com/index.php/device-unlocking-d ... »