Mobility is the key to the success of wireless networks. Roaming has extended the definition of mobility beyond the technology, network, and country boundaries. Is not it fascinating to make or receive calls anywhere in the world using the same phone and identity? International roaming is already proven to be one of the most popular features of today’s wireless network. With the advent and widespread deployment of GSM technology, the mobile users have flexibility to use services in more than 500 networks. Inter-standard roaming has also made significant progress in recent years. Roaming capability in GPRS and 3G networks is progressively being implemented. The convergence of wireless mobility with Wi-Fi/WiMax.