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I found the same thing with my iPhone 4S today. It's a good job that I know my way from Calais th Bruges without Satnav. I had both data roaming and EU Internet active which I now know prevented me getting data. I'll make sure that I only activate data roaming and not EU Internet in future.
Im just back from a trip to the Czech Republic where I also encountered this error/bug. I had to call my providers tech support but they provided no assistance, in the end I got the answer by tweeting them. I was told to turn off the the EU Internet setting and this then allowed me to use roaming data. I was already able to use voice and SMS.
The short answer is you can't; Unless the standards have changed since I retired as a mobile planner 12 years ago. Some networks do provide confirmation (Vodafone in Australia did). Once a SMS leaves the originating network there is no way of checking on it.
Tap “Settings” on the Home screen and go to “Messages.” Tap the “Off” button within the iMessage section of the Messages screen so that the button reads “On.” Tap the “Off” button in the Send Read Receipts section so that it reads “On.” Tap “Settings” to save your preferences and return to the Settings screen.
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