Here’s how to turn on data roaming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus Oreo devices. While you’re in abroad or International traveling, you need to enable data roaming in your Samsung galaxy devices. You’ll not be able to access mobile internet connection in your device. By default turn off data roaming on Galaxy S9, S9 plus and other devices.
While enable data roaming on Samsung S9 and S9 plus, international roaming charges will apply. Also limit data usage when abroad by disable data roaming in galaxy S9 & S9 plus. If you don’t need mobile data, turn off data roaming to avoid charges. Follow below given step by step complete process to turn on data roaming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus.
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How to turn on data roaming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus Oreo
Step 1: Swipe down notification panel from any screen
Step 2: Tap Settings gear icon
Step 3: Touch Connection
Here you can see galaxy S9 connection settings such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, data usage, NFC and payment, Mobile network, Mobile hotspot & tethering, Location and more.
Step 4: Tap Mobile Network
In mobile network settings, you can turn on galaxy S9 data roaming, network mode, access point names and network operator settings. In abroad, you can’t use mobile network when roaming.
Step 5: Turn data roaming on
You can see pop up message on screen: Allow data roaming?
Step 6: Tap OK
Now activate data roaming in your Samsung galaxy S9 and S9 plus devices. You may incur significant charges. Don’t forget to turn data roaming off while not use. You can still use Wi-Fi even thought turn off data roaming in galaxy S9 and other devices. Let see other Samsung galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus mobile network settings.
How to change network mode on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus
Settings > Connections > Mobile networks > Network mode > LTE/WCDMA/GSM
How to change Access Point Names (APN) in Galaxy S9 & S9 plus
Settings > Connections > Mobile networks > Access Point Names
And that’s it. Are you satisfied with our tutorial to turn on data roaming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus? Do you still have questions? Is there something we missed? Leave below comment box.