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Sat, Apr 29, 2017 3:46 AM

motorola razr v3/lte network compatibility

Can I use a Motorola Razr v3 flip phone on the at&t lte network?

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dohspc

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58 Messages

3 years ago

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Cool phone! Sorry you can't use that anymore. AT&T shut down the 2G network Dec 2016.
https://www.att.com/esupport/article.html#!/wireless/KM108480

Enjoy the good times
https://youtu.be/RVzE1YS9UWM

lizdance40

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3 years ago

Nope.  The phone is from 2004 and is 2G only.  I don't think Verizon will even unlock it for other carriers.

 

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Tutor

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5 Messages

3 years ago

thanks.

i think that was the end of that series. pity. One tough phone.

Tutor

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5 Messages

3 years ago

Thanks. I'll miss it. Just switched from Verizon, which was still supporting it. No similar next (V4?) series. The V3 is one tough phone. Lost track how many times I dropped it, dunked it. It even got bitten once -- terrier. Had one since inception -- more than 10 years. Lot of functionality for that age. Camera, video, music, Web, Bluetooth, texting w/wo attached pix, notes, alarm, ringtones, voice commands. And easy to use. No butt dialing. Small and slim. And way cheaper than my iphone. It was discontinued because ...

Oh, well. Life is full of disappointments.

lizdance40

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3 years ago

@SimiGirl  Maybe....  the Kyocera is a durable phone, no case required and has current features.  Blows the old phones out of the water.

https://www.att.com/cellphones/kyocera/duraxe.html#sku=sku7800343

 

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a year ago

T-Mobile supports the MOTO RAZR V3 (2G Network) at least until 2021... they are the only COMPANY that I am aware of supporting a 2G network. Of course, Motorola showed a folding RAZR V4 back in March of 2018, so I'd keep a lookout for the release of that ...

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a year ago

Motorola showed a (foldable) RAZR V4 in March, 2018, so I'd keep a a lookout for the release.

Furthermore, T-Mobile supports the RAZR V3 on their (2G network) which they have promised to maintain at least until 2021 ...

lizdance40

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a year ago


@JJ3141592 wrote:

Motorola showed a (foldable) RAZR V4 in March, 2018, so I'd keep a a lookout for the release.

Furthermore, T-Mobile supports the RAZR V3 on their (2G network) which they have promised to maintain at least until 2021 ...


Uh uh.  I’ll pass.   https://www.engadget.com/2019/01/16/motorola-razr-foldable-phone/

 

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