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Anyone besides Cingular going to carry V3?

gator10

Oct 7, 2004, 8:16 AM
any providers besides cingular going to have this phone. T-mobile? Sprint?
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Iselltheshitoutofphones

Oct 7, 2004, 9:15 AM
Sprint definately not. Remmber this is a GSM phone and not a CDMA phone which puts Verizon out of the game too. After the merger, the only other GSM carrier will be T-Mobile. Chances are the will not carry it, as it will be a very expensive phone! It may turn out like the V600. Cingular launced it May 1st, and T-Mobile picked it up months later. Also, the V3 does come unlocked, so you can pop your SIM and voice calls will work. As for T-Zone's, you will probably need to get the phone flashed to make it work. Who does this? Hard to say, I am sure someone else here could help you with that.

Will
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Phoneking13

Oct 7, 2004, 9:34 AM
I'll solve this question fast....For all of you who NEED TO KNOW when this phone is coming out, and who is going to get it, all I can say is real soon. The reason why it's not pushed is because Cingular is awaiting for the announcement of the completion of the Cingular/AT&T wireless merger. When that is completed, the phone will be announced. The V3 is going to be a Cingular-only phone (the higher ups are calling it "Cingular's Exclusive" phone). However, knowing Motorola's GSM phones (with the notable exception of the T720) will be unlocked, so you can use it with another provider (T-Mobile, so on).

As for the T-Zones, all you have to do is call T-Mobile and have them send you the T-Zones settings via OTA. My friend Brandon does t...
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