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PRL 51210 Released

Discussion in 'Verizon Wireless Forum' started by M in LA, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. M in LA

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    Just updated to the new PRL for Verizon. 51210 is the latest.

    Here's a link to a site with more detailed information on this latest PRL:

    PRL vz_51210

    (It's too long to post in this thread)

    It looks like they've made Alltel priority in some areas versus what it had been. Makes sense given they're one company now.
     
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    all i want to know is when will ALltel no longer need to be on the PRLs......my aunt and uncle live in Berea Ohio and they have Alltel and i'd like to keep them updated
     
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    Not until integration is at or near completion. Probably by Summer/3rd quarter at the latest.
     
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    well that's promising........will be better than the Cingular (Orange)/AT&T (Blue) merger ever did :O
     
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    There is another new PRL update 51248.
     
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    already??? what's the difference?
     
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    Boy, you're not kidding. Just updated to it this morning.
     
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    That's the big question right now. The folks over at HoFo are asking the same question.

    Also, 51248 is not available everywhere yet. Some HoFo members in parts of the country are getting the old PRL instead of this new one, so God only knows what Verizon's up to with these close-together updates...:confused:
     
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    Re: PRL 51248 Released

    A post on Howard Forums from member XFF mentions the only changes to 51248 from 51210 is as follows:


    • 01858 (UBET - UT-5) decreased in PRI (now deferred to ALLTEL)
    • 01267 (VZW - northern MN) changed Roam Indicator from FRM to native VZW

    That's it. Not much of an update, but an update nonetheless.
     
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    This 51248 PRL is the first update that has managed to kill a phone of mine. I updated my v3m Razr down in the San Franiciso bay area and immediately saw the phone acting a bit sluggish trying to find a signal but it was basically working fine. However, driving up to Sacramento and the phone is totally dead as you enter Davis. Head south back towards the bay area from Davis and the phone sparks back to life.

    I've driven about a 60 mile radious in and around Sac and it same symptoms - cycling from no bars to 5 bars back to no service periodically. Crazy.

    Have no idea what to do other than not updating my other phones ;-)

    -mick
     

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