Canada PRL Interpretations
On CDMA handsets, roaming is controlled via a
configuration file called the PRL. This page provides independent
interpretations of PRLs issued by select CDMA carriers in Canada.
The information can be useful in deciding
whether to update your PRL, and in determining where roaming coverage might be
available during your travels.
On to the PRLs!
Click a carrier to view Independent PRL Interpretations:
Please note the following information:
- Independent PRL Interpretations are not official documents of any
- Independent PRL Interpretations have been compiled from publicly
available data sources. The source data is believed to be correct, but may
- Independent PRL Interpretations are intended for private,
personal use only. They are not for use in sales.
- Independent PRL Interpretations are provided as a free
public service. You may freely distribute copies of these files, but they
are not to be sold.
- Independent PRL Interpretations for your carrier can help to
provide a rough sketch of available coverage, but are not a
comprehensive listing of your carrier's roaming agreements. Roaming agreements
can be (and usually are) active on systems not listed in
the PRL. Additionally, the presence of a network in the PRL doesn't
necessarily mean that your service plan allows you to roam on it (although
asking your carrier for an "authentication override" in problem areas can
This Web page was created and is hosted in the
province of Manitoba,
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Freedoms, which guarantees freedom of speech and of the press.
Wireless carrier logos on this page are used for
reference purposes only. No wireless carrier referenced has created, approved,
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Last updated 5/17/2005