Can you force a Q to roam in the subway? In Chicago, only U.S. Cellular (formerly PrimeCo, I believe) provides service in CTA subways. Chicago's entire subway system is covered for cell use and has been for many months now (although most of the rapid transit system here is elevated, covering the 25-or-so miles of subway tunnels and tubes is still impressive). Anyway, Verizon Wireless doesn't have a roaming arrangement with them, it seems. I doubt it'd be beneficial to VZW, except maybe in this case. If I dialed 911, it would go through--but I can't make calls. Updating the PRL does nothing in this situation, of course. At the VZW store, they tell me I'm S-O-L, basically. Since it is a compatible network, though, isn't there some way to make my phone roam onto it? Some Sprint customers (with phones set to go to any available network) can use their phones in the subways here. It drives me crazy that I cannot. I just get "no service" on the phone, while people with CDMA phones standing next to me can text or chatter away. Any thoughts?