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In terms of the entire area of the USA, PRL changes when the do happen affect only a very, very, very small area.If you happen to be lucky enough to travel into such an area that has been affected, I would also buy a lottery ticket that day too.Updating your i Phone Preferred Roaming List is not required if you own an LTE device on Verizon, or use AT&T or T-Mobile.PRL updates are meant for CDMA networks, and both T-Mobile and AT&T utilize GSM networks.In any case, my general approach has always been "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." But as others have said, there's generally no harm in doing a PRL update.Even if someone travels, I doubt most PRL updates will actually affect them.
Instead, you can do this:"If you feel that you aren't receiving coverage, the i Phone allows you to reset Network settings.
However, as indicated above, depending on how the update is done, other things can be updated along with the PRL.
That said, a friend of mine with a Treo on Verizon has recurring issues with data connectivity, and updating his PRL (not sure how exactly he does it, other than it's done OTA) fixes the problem every time.
Updating your roaming capabilities is not required if you own a Verizon LTE model of the i Phone 5 or an i Phone on a GSM network like T-Mobile or AT&T.
You can update the Preferred Roaming List on your Sprint i Phone by dialing ##873283# on your device.