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(sighs) Motorola V600 or Panasonic X70?


Feb 5, 2004, 6:38 PM
I recently ported to T-Mobile...

I am wondering if T-Zones will work on an unlocked Motorola V600 (coming to AT&T Feb. 6th) or Panasonic X70? Does anyone have any experiences with unlocked phones being able to work with T-Zones?

I am trying to decide whether I should get the Motorola V600 (if it ever released by TM since Cingular and AT&T will be releasing it) or the Panasonic X70.

Suggestions and opinions are welcomed!!


Feb 5, 2004, 10:09 PM
As long as the phone is GPRS capable, it will connect to T-Mobile's T-zones service. Sometimes there can be some difficulties setting the phones up as they aren't configured for the network. Also, the reps are only trained in phones that are sold by T-mobile, so there might be a little bit of guess and check involved in getting things configured as well.

Feb 6, 2004, 2:30 AM
It is possible to use t-zone on any handset. However, Access point in GPRS must be configured. I think it is . In the past, I've used Nokia 6100 from cingular. I called t-mobile for help. They had no idea how to configure since it was not t-mobile handset. I told the rep to give me the configuration of their Nokia handset 6610, which has the same OS. My phone works on t-zone and it is MMS capable. V600 is similar to V300. I think you can do the same.

Feb 6, 2004, 12:49 PM
Thanks for the help!

Feb 6, 2004, 8:32 PM
why not just get the motorolla V300 from t-mobile? it's virtually the same phone

Feb 6, 2004, 8:51 PM
Because I would like bluetooth. Very Happy

Feb 6, 2004, 9:17 PM
ah.. gotcha

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