Data Roaming in Montana
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As far as I know...I shouldn't have data coverage in Montana.  But I currently do (can sync my email, check FB, etc.).  Is that going to be a problem down the road?

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  • Interesting. 

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  • Can you clarify what you mean by "be a problem down the road?" I don't see why it would be, but I want to be sure I understand your question.

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  • Well I'm roaming with data in an area that I'm not supposed to have data - I'm guessing this is on Verizon Towers since Sprint isn't up here.  Basically I'm wondering if I'll get booted or blocked?

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  • Wow I just looked at Sprint data coverage via the web and Montana shows no coverage for the entire state!

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  • I'm not complaining.  I'm happy to have data.

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  • Not surpring Sprint has no coverage. Very few horses have cell phones.

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  • Shows how much you know about horses in Montana.

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  • None of the horses I correspond with had cell phones so i unfortunately assumed that was the case with all horses in Montana. You obviously know a more hip bunch than I do.

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  • Zarthan South: Horse Whisperer. He leads the cavalry division of the Ting Army.

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  • The Ting Army of the First World War of course.

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  • To answer your question Ryan, technically it shouldn't be allowed, so there's always a possibility you'll find you no longer have access to it down the road if Sprint makes any changes, but you'll probably be fine in the meantime.

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