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  1. #1
    Angel
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    I bought an i95cl off ebay stating unlocked ( my contract with another company is up in Feb and I thought I could use it till then when I switch to Nextel) well when I put the other companys sim it it says restricted..... is there a way past this? I want
    to do it asap cause my T69i is horrible! TIA



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  2. #2
    wirelessjuan
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    Re: i95cl locked?


    "Angel" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I bought an i95cl off ebay stating unlocked ( my contract with another

    company is up in Feb and I thought I could use it till then when I switch to
    Nextel) well when I put the other companys sim it it says restricted..... is
    there a way past this? I want to do it asap cause my T69i is horrible! TIA

    What service provider are you on?

    The i95cl is strickley a IDEN techonology phone. It will not work with a
    GSM service provider. It may be unlocked to work on Boost Mobile, Nextel or
    Southern LINC.





  3. #3
    Mark Kim
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    Re: i95cl locked?

    I agree. The i95cl was meant to operate on iDEN and WiDEN Networks, no
    more no less. I have an i730 and I know that the i730 is strictly an
    iDEN Phone too. Anything Motorola releases as an intended iDEN Phone
    will only work on iDEN-based Protocols only.




  4. #4
    Lin Jao
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    Re: i95cl locked?

    WOW.......Mark, you're a ****ing genious. Did you figure that out all by
    your self.



    Mark Kim wrote:
    > I agree. The i95cl was meant to operate on iDEN and WiDEN Networks, no
    > more no less. I have an i730 and I know that the i730 is strictly an
    > iDEN Phone too. Anything Motorola releases as an intended iDEN Phone
    > will only work on iDEN-based Protocols only.
    >





  5. #5
    Mark Kim
    Guest

    Re: i95cl locked?

    You have to really judge the phone by its cover to see what protocols
    the phone supports. For example, if you look at an i205, you'll see
    that because it has iDEN-only controls (Walkie-Talkie Button just to
    name a few), you can't mix apples or oranges.

    So certain phones will not work with certain networks so in a sense,
    apples can't be mixed with oranges in this case.




  6. #6
    Steve O
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    Re: i95cl locked?

    The apples and oranges reference that you mention......Are you trying to
    tell us you are a fruit?


    Mark Kim wrote:
    > You have to really judge the phone by its cover to see what protocols
    > the phone supports. For example, if you look at an i205, you'll see
    > that because it has iDEN-only controls (Walkie-Talkie Button just to
    > name a few), you can't mix apples or oranges.
    >
    > So certain phones will not work with certain networks so in a sense,
    > apples can't be mixed with oranges in this case.
    >





  7. #7
    Mark Kim
    Guest

    Re: i95cl locked?

    No. I just want to point out that you can't use iDEN Phones for use
    with CDMA, or GSM Networks. iDEN Phones will only work with Nextel and
    Southern Linc Networks. Can't use iDEN Phones with other carriers.
    That is what I mean by "You can't mix apples with oranges."

    Steve O wrote:
    > The apples and oranges reference that you mention......Are you trying to
    > tell us you are a fruit?
    >
    >
    > Mark Kim wrote:
    >
    >> You have to really judge the phone by its cover to see what protocols
    >> the phone supports. For example, if you look at an i205, you'll see
    >> that because it has iDEN-only controls (Walkie-Talkie Button just to
    >> name a few), you can't mix apples or oranges.
    >>
    >> So certain phones will not work with certain networks so in a sense,
    >> apples can't be mixed with oranges in this case.
    >>

    >





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