Somewhere in my travels I came across something that suggested the Model S data connection is 3G and runs on the Rogers network in Canada, with automatic roaming to AT&T is the USA. Do we know if this is true? I was sent a message to my Rogers phone a few weeks back, announcing they had 'recently turned on extended coverage' in my area. Some sleuthing around the Rogers site and it looks like they've entered into an arrangement with Bell or Telus or someone to allow roaming where the Rogers coverage is sparse (voice and data both). In BC, there are quite a few places where this would work to my advantage. It's apparently a free feature on whatever account type I use. If Tesla is using Rogers here in Canada, I wonder if the account they're using will also allow this roaming to occur? I had to allow data roaming on my phone to enable it - default was 'off' so I didn't accidentally get hosed on data charges driving close to the border! So *if* Tesla is on this program, I wonder if there will need to be a software update or switch twiddled to enable it? Certainly this would extend the miles of highway I would be able to enjoy streaming music!