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Service Providers?

jwbass1985

Feb 19, 2004, 11:01 PM
anybody know who's gonna provide this phone???
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TfrmToronto

Feb 27, 2004, 12:28 PM
Very Happy Not sure of who's providing the service? I'm in Canada and luckily through a couple contacts i've played with the phone and it was quite impressive in the Silver. Same performance as the GD55 but with a little longer talk and standby. Other than that the only glitch I find is that the keys are like slivers. Same little tick that got me away from buying the G50. As for providers, probably one in Asia. AT&T won't carry and neither will the other providers.
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Shader

Jun 20, 2004, 2:04 AM
I suppose an Asian GSM 1800 provider could offer it as a North American roaming phone, but somehow I don't think so. It'll probably be relegated to only being sold by dealers in North America. Probably for the best, as if it was widely distributed, the service provider would catch a lot of flak for the battery life.
"Are you sure the battery's not defective? Isn't it supposed to last longer?"
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agd2open

Sep 13, 2004, 5:08 PM
Laughing
I got my g51 4 weeks ago. I've been with
t-mobile for 7months now an the phone they sold me fell in water and I had and have no Insurance on my phone. Thats when I found out that the g51 would work with any GSM service provider. Anyway I got it and all I had to do was Use my old SIM Card in my new phone. As soon as I put it in the T-Mobile logo came on the screen and it worked and has been working Great!!
Also Note,
I went to at&t and got new service last Friday. I could not use the phone to get service when I asked in the store, but all I did was get the cheapest, zero-dollars-out-my-pocket-phone(the Free phone with new Service type). Then as soon as I got in my car I put the SIM card into my g51u and service was active.
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