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WOW, THIS PHONE IS AMAZING. I GIVE IT A 10 ON LOOKS AND UI ALONE.
The phone has 3, touch, LCD's. When touching a number the number or characters float up.
Here, you have to check this out.
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wombough, i know your in Japan. Have you seen this phone?
This has to be the nicest phone I've seen.PERIOD.
Best Source for Unlocked Phones?
1. A quad band phone
2. An unlocked phone
3. A Nokia most likely
That said it seems my options are very limited based on what is avaialable on the market. For all the globe trotters (and anyone that considers themselves an expert on the topic) can you please recommend any phones I might consider? Futhermore, is anyone familiar with a good third party carrier that sells unlocked phones?
Note, I'm very open to other options so please feel free to e-mail me privately if you hav...
Phone to travel with !
SamSung Black Carbon/SGH D900
Sony W580/S500(that AT&T contract ends JUST after I leave .. might get this later once it's got the 2 yr contract discount)
Can you tell I want a slider? Or a candybar...
They just feel more durable and my phones normally last me a cpl years.
Also - whats a good sourse for buying .. ? I've read a few horror stories about tech support if you don't buy through a carrier. NEWa...
Buying a phone in the US for use in Europe
Im mostly interested in phones similar to the iPhone in functionality, that is with good internet browsing functionality and a video/music player. As these phones are usually quite expensive, im thinking that the savings will be worth it.
So basically i would like to know if there are any major hindrances. For example:
1. Can you buy a phone unlocked without a subscription etc?
2. Will it be as easy as just putting my old SIM-card into the new phone?
Can you buy phones in the US supporting UMTS
(or do you only get EDGE)?
using european phones in the us
I have some friends travelling through the States. They have a so called quad-band phone which has the obvious 1900MHz band needed in most of the US.
Unfortunately in large parts of Utah, California and Arizona they could not get any connections. Strangely enough this could not be attributed to lack of mobile phone ground relay stations as local americans were able to use their phones in some of these places.
Any ideas how this can be?
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asia is more advance than the u.s. when it comes to cellphone technology!
Bringing a phone from Japan
I have US Cellular right now which is a CDMA carrier, but I am willing to switch over to AT&T for GSM if I must, but my question: is this even possible to do? Can I bring a phone from Japan and put it to a service here in the US?
Is it possible to and buy a pre-paid sim card over there to use with the phone?
I would appreciated if someone could help me out with this!
Japan and US
I need a 3G phone to operate on Japan's networks and one that Cingular, Verizon, Sprint, or T-mobile offers since they seem to be prevalent in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area where I will be going to school. My sophomore year I plan to go to Japan. Can I get a one year agreement through one of these companies and then go to Japan and get a provider over there for a year and then come back to the states? I don't want to rent a phone in Japan nor do I need to retain my US number. I don't want to be paying roaming rates all the time. Calls to the US will be done through VoIP anyway.
Does anyone here have experience with tra...
need help w/ options to call from US to Australia
Some way to call from US (either moblie or land based) to an Australian Mobile Phone for an affordable rate. I was wondering does any company domestically partner with an international company to offer like a family plan or like a discounted rate if you are calling mobile to mobile within the same company. Any information would be much appreciated. Please email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with any important info. Thanks everyone!
Confused about International phone services. HELP!
I am currently living in The United States. In August i will be going to India, then two months later to Thailand, then to Australia in March.
My current phone is a P.O.S.
I am interested in buying the T-Mobile Wing.
Here are a couple questions:
1) Will the Wing work if i get it unlocked + put a new Sim card of the country that i am in and subscribe to their plan?
2) If i join the new company's plan, will the web browsing and all the web features work?
3) What phone would u recommend for my situation instead of the Wing. I am a T-Mobile customer, but there's always Ebay for my phone needs.
Thank you in advance.
China / USA
Oh wait I bet I can't port my US number while in China. Anyway if I did get a phone from china and bring it back here before setting it up... how difficult is the it getting it set up with a cingular acct if the phone is a foreign GSM?
ALSO... is there anything in china worth getting? I will be in Shanghai mostly, dunno what they got. I imagine Hong Kong would have neat stuff but i wont be near there.
thx for anyones help!
would an i-mate work in iraq?
Traveling to indonesia for 20 days
Phone Models in Mexico
Thanks very much
Motorola i530 for Europe
I'm from Germany and would like to know if the Motorola i530 or some similar cell phones work with the European Mobile Network.
Thanks for your help!
Japanese phone help
Unlocked + Prepaid SIM cards in Eastern Europe
I'm traveling around Europe later this spring and wanted to know if the card that I purchase at my first destination (Warsaw) will be usable at the various other places I'll be visiting (Vienna, Prague), which are, of course, all in different countries and which all have different providers.
Thanks for any info!
International long distance