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  1. #1
    John Fuses
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    Has anyone definitively used their standard U.S. Nextel phone in
    Israel? I have an i90c, and according to this page it should work:
    http://nextelonline.nextel.com/servi...try_list.shtml

    Israel lists "Internet-Ready Phone" AND the i2000plus. A footnote
    describes an "Internet-Ready Phone" as one of "i95cl, BlackBerry
    6510TM, i90c, i88s, i85s, i80s, i60c, i55sr, i50sx, i35s, i30sx,
    i1000plus, i700plus, i550plus or r750plus."

    Further, my i90c has a "0+" key, required in the "Using your phone
    abroad" instructions to dial out of the country you are in.

    This leads me to believe that if I have Customer Care activate
    Worldwide service, the phone should work.

    I'll post my own experience after my trip, but I am hoping someone has
    done this before me.

    John



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  2. #2
    Dave
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    Re: North American Nextel Phone Usage in Israel

    That requires the Nextel T730 phone. The T730 is really a roaming agreement
    on I BELIEVE DT. Your Nextel IDEN phone will not work in Israel.





    "John Fuses" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Has anyone definitively used their standard U.S. Nextel phone in
    > Israel? I have an i90c, and according to this page it should work:
    >

    http://nextelonline.nextel.com/servi...try_list.shtml
    >
    > Israel lists "Internet-Ready Phone" AND the i2000plus. A footnote
    > describes an "Internet-Ready Phone" as one of "i95cl, BlackBerry
    > 6510TM, i90c, i88s, i85s, i80s, i60c, i55sr, i50sx, i35s, i30sx,
    > i1000plus, i700plus, i550plus or r750plus."
    >
    > Further, my i90c has a "0+" key, required in the "Using your phone
    > abroad" instructions to dial out of the country you are in.
    >
    > This leads me to believe that if I have Customer Care activate
    > Worldwide service, the phone should work.
    >
    > I'll post my own experience after my trip, but I am hoping someone has
    > done this before me.
    >
    > John






  3. #3
    Evan Platt
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    Re: North American Nextel Phone Usage in Israel

    On 5 May 2004 07:55:55 -0700, [email protected] (John Fuses) wrote:

    >Has anyone definitively used their standard U.S. Nextel phone in
    >Israel? I have an i90c, and according to this page it should work:
    >http://nextelonline.nextel.com/servi...try_list.shtml


    It won't. You need an international phone.

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  4. #4
    Offri
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    Re: North American Nextel Phone Usage in Israel

    http://www.amigo-us.com/


    "Dave" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > That requires the Nextel T730 phone. The T730 is really a roaming

    agreement
    > on I BELIEVE DT. Your Nextel IDEN phone will not work in Israel.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "John Fuses" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Has anyone definitively used their standard U.S. Nextel phone in
    > > Israel? I have an i90c, and according to this page it should work:
    > >

    >

    http://nextelonline.nextel.com/servi...try_list.shtml
    > >
    > > Israel lists "Internet-Ready Phone" AND the i2000plus. A footnote
    > > describes an "Internet-Ready Phone" as one of "i95cl, BlackBerry
    > > 6510TM, i90c, i88s, i85s, i80s, i60c, i55sr, i50sx, i35s, i30sx,
    > > i1000plus, i700plus, i550plus or r750plus."
    > >
    > > Further, my i90c has a "0+" key, required in the "Using your phone
    > > abroad" instructions to dial out of the country you are in.
    > >
    > > This leads me to believe that if I have Customer Care activate
    > > Worldwide service, the phone should work.
    > >
    > > I'll post my own experience after my trip, but I am hoping someone has
    > > done this before me.
    > >
    > > John

    >
    >






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