EVDOinfo Tip of the Week: Disabling Roaming

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Wednesday, 13 May 2009

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How to Disable Roaming on Your Sprint or Verizon EVDO Device

In addition to providing service from the cellular towers they own, most cellular providers also have roaming agreements with other providers in order to allow their users to stay connected in areas where their provider does not have their own towers. For example, if you subscribe to Verizon for your cell phone service and travel to a rural area where Verizon doesn't own any towers, your phone will automatically connect to the tower of a local provider if Verizon has a roaming agreement in the area and you'll be able to stay connected.

Sounds great, right? Yes and no. There are certainly a myriad of benefits to being able to roam seamlessly as you travel, but there are some situations in which staying on your own provider's network becomes very important.

Continue reading this tip: How to Disable Roaming on Your Sprint or Verizon Aircard

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