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Word is that cingular will *not* carry this phone, though that could change I suppose.
That phone is 900/1800 and will NOT work in north america. Sorry.
Increased capacity of digital is an advantage for end users, since it means lower possibility of system busy errors.
Depending on what part of tennesse you're in, the V66 may not work on Cingular's network. Most of Cingular's Tennessee network is 800MHz GSM,...
Analog is superior to digital in terms of voice quality and degredation. An analog signal is basicly a straight waveform of your voice, much like...
I thought it was just the top 50 markets.
I've never heard of prorated early termination fees from cingular. The only company I know of that did that was SunCom telecorp. Are you *sure*...
Well I don't think ANY carrier is going to give you a deal on a new phone without a contract extension. It's not like a four year contract...
Your voicemail system is controlled by your provider, not by the phone. You probably need to call customer service and have them help you out.
Every Nokia I've ever had only activates the notification sound one time. If you don't hear that, you're out of luck unless you actually look at...
There are still plenty of high-end users in TDMA markets. There's money to be made there.
Not a stupid question. There are still several TDMA carriers in south america.
The only downside to cingular is their brutal GPRS data pricing.