That's a great question. While roaming, your incoming calls are automatically delivered to you by other available provider networks. If an incoming call can’t connect, it will either go to your voicemail or an out-of-area recording will play for the caller. You’re charged a roaming fee for the duration of any calls you make or receive while roaming. You can Learn more about roaming and the associated charges here. Let us know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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