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Created: Jun 8, 2014
Blue4Life Created: Jun. 8, 2014
I have used several smartphones (symbian OS & windows mobile) on at&t's network with an unlimited non-smartphone data plan. Using the IMEI alone won't work if at&t doesn't know what the device is, specifically ones that they don't sell. The user agent id of any web browser will tell them what browser you are using as well as the operating system that the browser is running...
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Created: Jun 7, 2014
Blue4Life Created: Jun. 7, 2014
If you use the default browser on any smartphone while you are on their network, that browser will send a user agent id that will let them know what operating system your device is using. If you don't use data on their network or use a different browser, the only way they would be able to identify the phone would be the IMEI.
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Created: Aug 29, 2013
Blue4Life Created: Aug. 29, 2013
I would not recommend using this primarily CDMA-based device. You would have coverage only in areas where at&t still has 1900 MHz GSM coverage. I hope this helps.
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Created: Aug 27, 2013
Blue4Life Created: Aug. 27, 2013
Try forwarding the message to 7726 to Report Spam Text Messages ? After you receive a confirmation, reply with the phone number. I hope this helps.
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Blue4Life Created: Aug. 24, 2013
Youmail is a third-party service that would allow you to send a text and/or email whenever you receive a missed call. I hope this helps.
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Blue4Life Created: Aug. 23, 2013
You should be fine with voice & data on at&t`s GSM/GPRS/EDGE network, as your phone does support the required 850 & 1900 MHz bands. You may also have 3G coverage, but only in areas where at&t supports 3G on the 850 MHz band. I hope this helps.
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Created: Aug 23, 2013
Blue4Life Created: Aug. 23, 2013
I would hope not, as it would make it more difficult for people to switch phones on a regular basis. Sprint & VZW mainly use the IMEI of the phone itself, and you would need to either contact cs or go to their web site to switch to another phone instead of simply moving the sim card to another phone. This is one of the advantages of using a GSM carrier.
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Blue4Life Created: Aug. 19, 2013
I would think that a device that does not have an at&t IMEI number would not be recognized as long as you don't use data on their network or at&t's network does not recognize the user agent id of the device's browser if you do use data.
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Blue4Life Created: Apr. 25, 2011
dmapr wrote: If I'm not mistaken, Blue4Life has an E7. I have an N8, which (as far as software is concerned) should be almost identical. You're not mistaken....
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Blue4Life Created: Mar. 27, 2011
I'm not sure what phone you are using, but does your phone support the 850 & 1900 MHz bands that are supported by AT&T Mobility? If your phone is missing one of these bands, it could drastically affect your coverage. The other possibility is that you are an area with limited coverage. Click here to to check the coverage map. I use nothing but unlocked GSM phones and do not...
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Blue4Life Created: Sep. 14, 2010
I was interested in the Nokia N8 until I saw the Nokia E7 . Based on everything I've read, both the N8 & E7 will support both quad band GSM & five 3G bands. They specifically say that the phones will support both 3G from AT&T Mobility & T-Mobile.
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Blue4Life Created: Dec. 25, 2009
The phone should support both the 850 & 1900 MHz bands to work well on AT&T Mobility's network. Some of the phones that T-Mobile has sold in the past only support the 1900 MHz band, which will not work at all in 850 MHz only coverage areas. There is also a possibility that you are in a poor coverage area. It may help to know the make & model of the phone that you're using,...
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Blue4Life Created: Aug. 23, 2013
You should be fine with voice & data on at&t`s GSM/GPRS/EDGE network, as your phone does support the required 850 & 1900 MHz bands. You may also have 3G coverage, but only in areas where at&t supports 3G on the 850 MHz band. I hope this helps.
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Blue4Life Created: Mar. 27, 2011
I'm not sure what phone you are using, but does your phone support the 850 & 1900 MHz bands that are supported by AT&T Mobility? If your phone is missing one of these bands, it could drastically affect your coverage. The other possibility is that you are an area with limited coverage. Click here to to check the coverage map. I use nothing but unlocked GSM phones and do not...
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Created: Jan 11, 2009
Blue4Life Created: Jan. 11, 2009
Yes, only the sim card is activated not the phone itself.
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Blue4Life Created: Jan. 5, 2009
As long as the phone is an unlocked GSM phone (it is), it will work with your blue sim card. As long as the phone supports both the 850 & 1900 MHz bands (it does), she shouldn't have a problem with coverage. Data & text usage is optional. Incoming text messages are still free for blue customers.
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Blue4Life Created: Dec. 31, 2008
You will not get charged for sending a text message from the web site or by sending an e-mail to 10digitnumber@txt.att.net. However, the person receiving the text message will more than likely be charged (or have it deducted from their messaging plan).
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Blue4Life Created: Dec. 27, 2008
Yes, just put your sim card into the new phone. You may need to setup the MediaNet & MMS settings on the N95 to be able to make use of those services.
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Created: Dec 8, 2008
Blue4Life Created: Dec. 8, 2008
In the U.S., 800 numbers calls are not free on mobile phones. Airtime for incoming & outgoing domestic calls will be deducted from your prepaid plan minutes (excluding mobile to mobile or nights & weekend minutes if your prepaid plan includes them). Message Edited by Blue4Life on 12-08-2008 10:06:57 AM
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Blue4Life Created: Nov. 18, 2008
Yes, only the sim card is activated, not the phone itself. Personally, I change phones on a somewhat regular basis, depending on where I need to go that particular day and sometimes I just do it simply because I can. Message Edited by Blue4Life on 11-18-2008 11:19:02 PM
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Blue4Life Created: Nov. 18, 2008
Click here to send the settings to your phone via an OTA update directly from Nokia's support site. Scroll down, click on Get Standard Settings , and choose all relevant options. You will need the WAP/GPRS & MMS settings for your Nokia 5310 Xpress Music. I hope this helps.
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Blue4Life Created: Oct. 30, 2008
Are you sure it's a java (j2me) application? The file should have a .jar or .jad file extension. Another option would be to install eBuddy , which is a free IM client.
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Blue4Life Created: Oct. 15, 2008
Yes, it will work. The main advantage of GSM is the fact that you can switch to a different phone at your whim just by moving the sim card to another phone.
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