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Replying to:  Are company's the first to get new nextel phones? by Prodigy031887   Feb 29, 2004, 11:52 AM

Re: Are company's the first to get new nextel phones?

by MarkF    Feb 29, 2004, 12:29 PM

Whatever this guy was carrying was not an i830 as the unit was just approved by the FCC this week.

https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/oet/cf/tcb/reports/Tc ... »

This is a quote at the bottom of the FCC site:

CE: This device has shown compliance with the conducted emissions limits in 15.107, 15.207, or 18.307 adopted under FCC 02-157 (ET Docket 98-80). The device may be marketed after July 11, 2005, and is not affected by the 15.37(j) or 18.123 transition provisions.

NEXTEL (or any other company) would be foolish to sell a non-type accepted phone to anyone.

Mark

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