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hp iPaq hw6915 availabe in UK: can I assume it will work in US ?
From what I can tell, this is an unbranded/unlocked phone.
If I bought one of these, would it work with Cingular (or other GSM network) in the US after popping a SIM card into it?
Don't take it with you - internationally
States and got my voicemail while I was in Jamaica. About 20 calls for $1.99 each.
No calls out of Jamaica - just incoming calls to my voice mail - voicemail that I never accessed while I was in Jamaica.
Of course I called Cingular when I got home. They told me that this is was what happened when traveling international. They told me that even though I didn't actually
receive the call, I was liable for the charges, 'cause at some point I must have turned on my phone and the cell tower "hooked me up" - what if I turned it on to show someone a picture on my picture phone - or to check the battery strength
Asked for a supervisor, he told me he would give me half...
India accounts for 12% of world growth
There were 14.3 million net additions to cellular full-mobility services in India in the period, which was almost double the 7.7 million net additions recorded in the third quarter of 2005, according to the World Cellular Information Service.
Back in 2000, when the cellular market boomed in Western Europe, India accounted for just 0.6% of growth in the global industry. "
Great growth story in India. They also have 300 million middle class, and rising, and more than 1.2 B people nationwide.
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SE W900i in CA
My sim card is actually for AT&T but should work on all the Cingular networks, presumably the 1900 since the SE W900i doesn't support 850. And I live in the SF bay area.
Any help would be welcome, either about the service on the 1900 band in my area or about the phone. I don't want to pay $600 for the phone only to find out I get shoddy service in the area. Thanks!
Moto Pebl Unlocking
Roaming in Canada and The Philippines ...
Using your GSM Motorola handset or Sidekick.
If your Driving up to the border ....
Normally once you have passed the border or the Nexus Border crossing/ Customs, the network should change automatically to either to Fido, Microcell, or Rogers.
If Not ... on your Motorola Handset, go to your Settings Menu, Select "NETWORK", and scroll down and select "AVAILABLE NETWORKS" then it will search for any the Canadian Networks; Select Either Fido, Microcell (FIDO), or Rogers.
As for the Sidekick, if no network has popped up ... Press the top left button, scroll down and select "NETWORK". It Should bring you to the p...
Buying a "graymarket" phone, and warranty issues?
When I e-mailed Nokia, not surprisingly I was told that NokiaUSA would not honor any warranty for any 6681 because it is not marketed domestically.
The only option is to accept some kind of warranty from the importer. I'm a bit concerned about this, especially with this phone, because it seems to have bugs in firmware that as they are discovered, Nokia needs to update the firmware. Importers don't have the capability to do this, and I presume -- that if they indeed agree to do this, which is not absolute -- they would have to send this to the home country (ie Europe).
What are other...
need to access my old israeli orange account
what i need to do is: access my account with orange so that i can use it if i ever visit israel. i will need to change billing info and whatnot. i tried their website orange.co.il and tried registering to manage my account online, but it sent a verification code in a text message to the phone, but I HAVE NO WAY OF RETRIEVING IT HERE IN AMERICA, so i cannot log in that way. i ...
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Motorola A840 or SamsungA795
Any idea whether either one of these phones is now a good phone to have?
Roaming with Cingular in Italy & Austria....advice?
Can anyone give advice or things to watch out for? Is it really only $1.29 a minute or are there hundreds of dollars in hidden fees?
The advantage to the european sim card with european phone number would be that it's prepaid. No way to go over. But if I am only going to use maybe 30 minutes it won't be advantageous. Another option is to keep a prepaid phone card in my wallet for use on payphones. You can get plenty of minutes for a traveler for $5.
New phone for European trip?
Overall Best Global Carrier
In all of the extensive reading on this board that I've done I cannot seem to get a sense of which carrier is best globally. Maybe it is that there are no true global carriers yet, I'm not sure.
My situation is that I live on the east coast but do a lot of travel to Europe and Turkey and thought I should broaden my scope of carriers to consider rather than doing the whole purchasing of pre-paid SIM cards when i get overseas.