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  1. #1
    David Friedman
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    I would like to get the Nokia 9300, a very attractive smart phone.
    Unfortunately, although Nokia originally announced that they were going
    to bring out both a 900/1800/1900 model for Europe and an 850/1800/1900
    for the U.S., the latter has so far not appeared, and it is unclear
    whether and when it will.

    I am therefor considering getting the European model. If I do, I will
    only be able to use it on the 1900 band. I have been trying, so far
    without success, to find out what that would mean as a practical
    matter--whether there is good coverage where I live (Bay Area,
    California) and how good the coverage is when travelling.

    Does anyone know of a source of that information--preferably a webbed
    map showing where Cingular has 1900 coverage?

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  2. #2
    SteveC
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    Re: Is there a map of 1900 coverage?

    Apparently the 6230 is 850/1800/1900
    "David Friedman" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I would like to get the Nokia 9300, a very attractive smart phone.
    > Unfortunately, although Nokia originally announced that they were going
    > to bring out both a 900/1800/1900 model for Europe and an 850/1800/1900
    > for the U.S., the latter has so far not appeared, and it is unclear
    > whether and when it will.
    >
    > I am therefor considering getting the European model. If I do, I will
    > only be able to use it on the 1900 band. I have been trying, so far
    > without success, to find out what that would mean as a practical
    > matter--whether there is good coverage where I live (Bay Area,
    > California) and how good the coverage is when travelling.
    >
    > Does anyone know of a source of that information--preferably a webbed
    > map showing where Cingular has 1900 coverage?
    >
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    > www.daviddfriedman.com






  3. #3
    Dave Markson
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    Re: Is there a map of 1900 coverage?

    >Does anyone know of a source of that information--preferably a webbed
    >map showing where Cingular has 1900 coverage?


    Although not perfect, this is about as close as you can get::
    http://www.cellguru.net/1900.htm

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  4. #4

    Re: Is there a map of 1900 coverage?



    Dave Markson wrote:
    > >Does anyone know of a source of that information--preferably a webbed
    > >map showing where Cingular has 1900 coverage?

    >
    > Although not perfect, this is about as close as you can get::
    > http://www.cellguru.net/1900.htm


    Many thanks. That's considerably more information than I was able to
    get out of Cingular, with considerable effort.




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