Wi-Fi in Italy, Croatia, Greece

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    I have an iPad 3 with wi-fi only. Will I be able to use this in wi-fi cafes, hot spots, hotels without incurring roaming charges in the above listed countries? Just wondering.
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    There are no roaming charges if you don't use a telephone company to connect. And since you don't have anything but wifi I'm pretty sure you will not.
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    Definitely no charges--you aren't using a cell signal so there's nothing to charge you for. In fact, it would be impossible to bill you, as you don't have an iPad with a cellphone antenna in it.
    You will likely need to pay to use wi-fi though, as most free wi-fi doesn't exist as commonly as before.

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