Motorola A840 to be released at last
Looks like Verizon?
my friend has this phone
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Will it work on Japan KDDI/au CDMA network
I would use it with the prepaid system they have. Would this require an "unlocked" phone? I not is there a different prepaid, GSM or CDMA, system on which this phone would work. I have been recently told that NTT DoCoMo will be discontinuing their prepaid service.
I think it might work with att
Well i was at the att wireless store today and i picked up the v600 pamplet thing or whatever anyway i read the back and it SAID oPERATES ON gSM/gPRS 850/1900(NorthAmerica) and 900/1800 (Global) Frequencies so we might be in luck.
will it be able to use a 1GB Secure Digital Card or any one of that data size that will fit in the phone?
Will Verizon offer this phone in the US?
I am in love with the v710, however it doesn't sport one feature which is something I and my company are now looking at: CDMA and GSM combined compatability within the same phone.
There is a new Samsung A790 which now supports this feature, yet I've heard mixed reviews. Verizon has this phone now available through their corporate plans. We are looking at it, yet I'm not sure I really want anything other than a Motorola (or a Nokia)....for that matter...
Regardless, the Motorola A840 is also listed on pho...
http://www.ringster.com/base.jsp?catalogName=verizon ... »
Not even the LG6100 is on it
A840 and Verizon's North America Neigh. Plan
The verizon's North America Neighborhood plan in Mexico is limited only in Mexican regions served by CDMA's IUSACELL cell company.
With the new A840 dual CDMA/GSM phone, the coverage in Mexico under this plan will be available also on GSM?
Most of the Mexican territory is covered by GSM, and it will be more convenient for Verizon Roamers in Mexico.
If anyone knows something, please let me know
Draft User Manual submitted to FCC at this link