I'm travelling to the US for over 30 days. Fido's Roam like home is a great idea but is total robbery. So I want to purchase a US/CAN plan with Rogers for my trip, $75 with Rogers vs Fido's $240 ($12/day), If I forward my Fido number to the new Rogers number (new sim card), will I get billed roaming charges. Obviously, I'd forward my calls to the new Canadian number before leaving the country.
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If you set up an unconditional call forwarding to the local Canadian number (the new Rogers number) before you leave the country you will not incur any roaming or any long-distance charges as the calls would never reach the phone they would automatically be redirected to the Rogers number.