I am a Suncom ("SunDrop") subscriber - During the 4th, I got chased into the lake by some yellow jackets. For the first time in my 10 year cell phone history I have destroyed a phone. My phone went swimming with me. After drying it out I confirmed it was destroyed. After this I went and pulled out an old Cingular phone I had from my previous service. I plugged in my SIM card. Upon seeing it was rejected I went online and downloaded an unlock code for the phone. Like magic I am up. Now where I am used to seeing Suncom & Cingular, I now see Suncom & USA 41. My question(s) - - Is "USA 41" , Cingular ? - I am on Suncom's Unlimited Plan which I don't abuse at all. Cingular & Suncom have a tower service agreement so there should not be a problem there ? - Lastly the reason I am posting my questions here without calling Suncom first, is if there is no problem I don't want to create one. The phone I took swimming was locked. When I have been in locations with that phone and the Suncom signal was weak and not strong enough to talk, the phone would always snap me back to Suncom instead of allowing me to access the Cingular network. With this new/old phone that is unlocked, I am able to override the snap-back principal. That way I can control what service I am using. So I would rather not call them and have them mess-up a good situation. Any thoughts?