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What Does Roaming Mean?

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Roaming refers to using a mobile phone outside the user's home network system and it usually incurs extra charges.
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roam
[rohm]
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT)
1.
to walk, go, or travel without a fixed purpose or direction; ramble; wander; rove: to roam about the world.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
2.
to wander over or through: to roam the countryside.
NOUN
3.
an act or instance of roaming; a ramble.
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