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Sprint's coverage map has been updated.  It's a little "wonky" right now though.  Some Sprint coverage is not showing up until I zoom in.  It also looks like it's showing more T-Mobile roaming coverage (namely in Montana).

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Well I guess it isn't actually roaming anymore even if it shows as such as TMobile coverage is now native coverage provided your phone has the necessary bands to latch onto whatever technology those particular towers are broadcasting. 

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