How to Turn On Data Roaming on iPhone

Due to lack of time, you had to plan your holiday destination in a rush. Though you could take care of all the essential things perfectly, you forgot to buy a roaming plan. Suddenly, you get the roaming notification after reaching the destination and are looking for a quick way to disable data roaming on your iPhone to avoid roaming charges.

Take a breath, mate! You can quickly turn on/off data roaming on your iOS device based on your requirement. For instance, if you have got the preferred roaming plan, you can enable this option. But if you forgot to do it, you can disable it. Let me show you how it works!

How to Enable/Disable Data Roaming on iPhone

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone.

Launch Settings app on iPhone

Step #2. Now, tap on Cellular Data/Mobile Data.

Tap on Cellular Data in iPhone Settings

Step #3. Next, tap on Cellular Data options.

Tap on Cellular Data Options in iPhone Cellular Settings

Step #4. Next up, turn ON/Off the switch next to Data Roaming based on your need.

Turn ON switch next to Data Roaming to enable on iPhone

That’s pretty much it!

Do You Know that You can Buy Roaming Plan on Your iPad with Apple SIM?

Are you using iPad with Apple SIM? If yes, you can buy a preferred data plan from select carriers in over 90 countries. To do so, launch the Settings app on your iPad  → Cellular Data. Now, follow the usual instructions to get a roaming plan.

Keep track of your data usage

If you are on limited bandwidth, you can keep an eye on the data-usage to ensure it doesn’t fall short. To check data usage, launch Settings app on your iOS device → Cellular Data/Mobile Data. Now, check out the data usage under Cellular Data.

Keep track of your Cellular data usage on iPhone

Over to you:

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