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Press the "OK" or "Save" option to save your selection. Locate and launch the "Manage Connections" application.Select the "Turn Off" option to disable the connections on your phone. Select the "Turn On" option to enable the connections on your phone.For example; should a subscriber travel beyond their cell phone company's transmitter range, their cell phone would automatically hop onto another phone company's service, if available.Using another phone company's service can be done by using the subscriber identity in the visited network.Although these user/network scenarios focus on roaming from GSM Network Operator's network(s), clearly roaming can be bi-directional, i.e. Traditional roaming in networks of the same standard, e.g.from a WLAN to a WLAN or a GSM network to a GSM network, has already been described above and is likewise defined by the foreignness of the network based on the type of subscriber entry in the home subscriber register.For example, on a Verizon phone you dial *228 and then select option 2 and listen to the horrible programming music while your phone downloads the latest PRL. The first is to contact Sprint Customer Service and get your account approved for an update and then dial *2 and follow the instructions.If you have an Android device, you can also check your PRL by tapping Home With Verizon prepping its LTE launch and Sprint lighting up new WIMAX markets, both carriers are spending a lot of time and resources ensuring their current 3G networks are optimized.

In wireless telecommunications, Roaming is a general term referring to the ability for a cellular customer to automatically make and receive voice calls, send and receive data, or access other services, including home data services, when travelling outside the geographical coverage area of the home network, by means of using a visited network.Depending upon the model of your phone, you may need to select "General" first, followed by the "Network" selection.Navigate through the listings and select the "Mobile Network" option, followed by "Roaming" or "Data Roaming."Select the option to enable roaming.Most phones automatically update the PRL, but you can do it manually if you are finding it hard to get a signal.Press the "Menu" application and access the "Setting and Tools" menu.Because roaming agreements are constantly changing and new towers are added all the time, it's important to keep this list up to date.