I am going abroad this summer to Spain and Turkey and I want to be able to make calls and send texts from my Droid 2 Global. However I went online and I looked at Verizon's rate plans for both countries and calls and texts are ridiculously expensive. I want to purchase a local prepaid SIM card from a company such as Vodafone or Turkcell when I am in Europe so I can remove my Verizon SIM card and pay the local carrier's rates instead of Verizon's. I called customer service and I got two contradicting answers, one saying a local SIM card will work and another saying I will have to pay the (super expensive rates) that Verizon charges. Is it possible that I can suspend my service for two months, unlock my phone and use a local simcard without giving Verizon money? Or have they outsmarted me by making me pay for my service abroad? Is there a way I can jailbreak my Droid 2 Global so I don't have to pay Verizon when I use it abroad?