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When will AT&T have this?


Apr 10, 2004, 11:17 PM
They discontinued the P800 a while back, however this phone is still not available to purchase for AT&T Wireless. With the delay in the v600, is this being delayed too? I know it can be purchased on Sony Ericson's website but it doesnt have any rebates. Any ideas????? thanks

Apr 11, 2004, 8:26 AM
Please ignore my question, I found the answer. Turns out this phone is not on the 850MHz band therefore AT&T will not be offering it. The only other way is to purchase it unlocked. Crying or Very sad

Apr 20, 2004, 11:11 AM
Crying or Very sad Evil or Very Mad Crying or Very sad Oh... Dang! I was wanting to know the same thing. I have a P800 and Love IT, but I was wanting to upgrade to the P900. I am w/ AT&T also. I tried the Mot v600 for 3 days and HATED IT!!!! the phone book was terrible comp w/the p800, yes the display was great and a lot more clear, but the features didn't comp at all w/ the p800. Looks like I am going to have to spend the money to purchase an unlocked p900.... Mad

Apr 29, 2004, 7:18 AM
Yeah tell me about it..I use the NEC 525 and its really a good phone. I was really looking forward to the P900, and was considering getting the P800 but backed off. I feel like getting the P900 unlocked but the price tag is kinda hefty, dont you think?

May 1, 2004, 1:52 AM
dont know my question is when will it reach cingular??????

May 31, 2004, 9:03 PM
What's the cons of the V600? Any pros?

May 31, 2004, 8:57 PM
It seems that the best phones to get that will work with ATT or Cingular the best because their on 850 MHz is to get a quad band phone, which seems to only be offered by Motorola. With my experience of phones, Sony Ericsson provides the best reception and battery life.

Jul 30, 2004, 3:35 PM
It will still work with AT&T won't it?

Where can you purchase it unlocked?

If it is unlocked, will it work with all of the service providers, even if they aren't GSM?

You seem to be unhappy about purchasing an unlocked phone. Why?

(Sorry, I am not too good at understanding the cellular world. I am on my way though!)


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