Today, I received this letter in the mail. I'm still trying to figure out my options and what implications this will have... Basically, I lived and worked in mid-coast Maine for part of the year. A little over 5 months. Even though AT&T never alerted me, either through email, postal, phone call, or phone label, I was outside of their network. Now, they are attempting to toss me from their network or stay and pay roaming charges with my NATIONAL CALLING PLAN inside of this country. I have other family members on my calling plan, and this would affect all of them. We have thousands of rollover minutes that would be lost if I were to switch providers. Also, I have had an iPhone for a month and a half, which as you know, can't be used on other networks unless it's jailbroken. I can't return the phone because it's outside of their 30-day return policy. Has anyone ever heard of this happening, either personally or to someone else? It reeks of shadiness and spotlight on their service, along with their inability to warrant an exclusive contract with the nation's most popular phone. It wasn't like I was living in the middle of the woods in Maine. There was an Apple and AT&T store two hours south in Portland, and the town I lived in was a very popular tourist city.