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  1. #1
    xyzzy
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    My wife has a GSM phone with Cingular. Yesterday she upgraded to a new
    phone. Walked in, bought the phone, walked out, popped her SIM card in.
    Bingo, the new phone was fully activated AND all her phonebook entries
    were on the new phone.

    The SIM design simply rules. Too bad it's only available on GSM.




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  2. #2
    Tom Randall
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    Re: The SIM again

    Agreed. I hate it that CDMA carriers won't adopt the RUIM. (SIM card
    for CDMA)

    xyzzy <[email protected]> wrote in article <[email protected]>:
    > My wife has a GSM phone with Cingular. Yesterday she upgraded to a new
    > phone. Walked in, bought the phone, walked out, popped her SIM card in.
    > Bingo, the new phone was fully activated AND all her phonebook entries
    > were on the new phone.
    >
    > The SIM design simply rules. Too bad it's only available on GSM.
    >


    [posted via phonescoop.com - free web access to the alt.cellular groups]



  3. #3
    jt
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    Re: The SIM again

    I agree. It sucks that CDMA carriers won't adopt it.

    jt

    "Tom Randall" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Agreed. I hate it that CDMA carriers won't adopt the RUIM. (SIM card
    > for CDMA)
    >
    > xyzzy <[email protected]> wrote in article <[email protected]>:
    > > My wife has a GSM phone with Cingular. Yesterday she upgraded to a new
    > > phone. Walked in, bought the phone, walked out, popped her SIM card in.
    > > Bingo, the new phone was fully activated AND all her phonebook entries
    > > were on the new phone.
    > >
    > > The SIM design simply rules. Too bad it's only available on GSM.
    > >

    >
    > [posted via phonescoop.com - free web access to the alt.cellular groups]
    >






  4. #4
    sprintABuser
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    Re: The SIM again


    xyzzy wrote:
    > *My wife has a GSM phone with Cingular. Yesterday she upgraded to a
    > new
    > phone. Walked in, bought the phone, walked out, popped her SIM card
    > in.
    > Bingo, the new phone was fully activated AND all her phonebook
    > entries
    > were on the new phone.
    >
    > The SIM design simply rules. Too bad it's only available on GSM. *


    I heard that for the last World Cup in Korea, they did manufactured
    special CDMA phones that Europeans visitors could rent, pop in their
    GSM SIMs and talk away.

    I agree a SIM format would be great.

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