Remember this, future iPhone 3G users in the UK: turn off the "Data Roaming" setting on your handset when traveling abroad! Why? Because O2 has gone overboard with its insane data-roaming charges. For every single megabyte you download, you'll be paying £3 (about US$6) when roaming around in the EU. Leave EU borders and the charge doubles.
LG Electronics presented their LG-SH130 3G global roaming phone at the SEK (Solution & Contents Exhibition of Korea) 2007. This slider handset uses HSDPA connectivity and provides fast data transfers and global roaming.
There are very few technical details available about this one, and there is also no word on pricing and availability.
Now mobile phone users in EU can enjoy lower roaming fees when dialing abroad.
Starting in August when one crosses the border his mobile phone will notify him about leaving the service area and will also display the cost for a phone call. This could reduce cell phone bills by up to 70%.