I think the dumb rep thought that we was talking about using a prepaid
CALLINGCARD for the international leg of a call where the local leg was
placed with a roaming T-Mobile phone.

Of course, this theory would have made his entire point of the call (e.g.
unlocking the phone) meaningless.

Stu

"Joseph" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> On 20 Jan 2005 06:41:35 -0800, "Sam" <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>I have t-mobile service. I am travelling to Asia and i want to use my
>>GSM phone there with local prepaid card.
>>I called t-mobile for unlocked code, they said they will give me in 48
>>hours.. that's good, BUT they also told me when i use prepaid card in
>>Asia, i will also be using my airtime minutes!!!! IS THAT
>>TRUE?????????????

>
> That's absolutely positively false! Using another SIM you will have
> nothing to do with T-Mobile.
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