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PRL for LG TM510?

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by bobby19711, May 22, 2003.

  1. bobby19711

    bobby19711 Junior Member
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    My brother has a TM510 and I noticed that the most recent PRL is 10068? The PRL on both the LG VX4400 and Samsung a530 is 50074. Why are they different? Is it b/c the VX4400 and the a530 are 1xRTT capable? If anyone has a TM510, what is the updated PRL on your phone? Thanks.
     
  2. Airb330

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    I had freeup on mine so it had some odd prl. Otherwise it should be the same as your phones, since (mine was anyway) most 510's are ERI capable, so it should be 50074. Is he on local or AC?
     
  3. bobby19711

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    Yeah I realized that a few days after I posted this. He is on an old Single Rate East Plan. He is going to be switching it over in about a month or so when he is eligible for a phone upgrade.
     
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    yeah, he might as well switch it. Most of the east is solid Verizon/partners (sprint in a few spots probably). Plus he'd get out west and the southeast etc. The only place I can think of roaming would be some very small parts of maine and some of NY on AC versus the SRE.
     

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