I currently have the nation 400 plan with rollover and my dad has the old nation 250 plan. I'm sort of frustrated that there is no family talk plan for the nation plans. I am thinking about moving to the preferred nation plan so that we can go to a family talk plan so we pay less money. Does anyone have any complaints with the preferred nation plans? I've checked the coverage maps and it seems to be pretty much everywhere we go in Louisiana and Texas, but is there something else that I should know? I talked to Cingular customer service and they told me that the phone must say Cingular and NOT Cingular Extend, however, the map shows areas that I normally go into that would be Cingular Extend. Can someone explain this to me? Any complai... (continues)
This was started to help everyone who wants to get the v400. If u seen the v400 in your cingular store thin reply a tell what city u saw it in. I live in San Francisco and they keep telling me they will get the v400 in next month which suckes.
Does anyone know what the new promotion details? I only heard rumors but does anyone have details? rumors are three day weekends, nationwide mobile to mobile and family talk going back up to 19.99 for extra lines.
insiders says Cingular may go IPO route to help w/ buyout or Merger.some say it now couls be Cell ONE or US Celular because they offer alot of Suburan coverage and enough Urban to help w/ current service.i guess we'll see.
I currently work for a autorized agent, and have heard some interesting things on what Cingular has up their sleeves for the upcoming months. I'm not going to give all the details out, but rumor has it to expect PTT...Nationwide M2M...and the merger with AWS with in the next 4 months. Of course all this is hearsay so far......but if its all true, Cingular will be Spanking the rest of the cellular world. I know that Verizon and Sprint already have PTT and nationwide M2M, but with the customer base of AWS at Cingular's use....and the added spectrum, I forsee Cingular hitting everyone with lowered pricing and cheaper pricing on high end phones as well as the above mentioned services/ features. It has come to the point that most mark... (continues)
hi..just wondering, i originally have a sony ericsson t610 from T-mobile that uses a frequency band of GSM 900/1800/1900 Mhz. i had just recently had it UNLOCKED when i cancelled my membership with them and now i want to use Cingular as my new phone service and wanted to activate this unlocked phone. However, i was quite confused about the fact that Cingular only uses GSM 800/1800/1900. Can i STILL activate this UnLoCkED phone for their network? and will it work?