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  1. #1
    JoshIII
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    PRL (manual) updates only apply to CDMA phones.
    On CDMA phones, you can manually update the PRL by calling *228

    TDMA and GSM technology uses a different format that updates
    automatically (forget the term).

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    "George" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I just activated an old Nokia 6360 on the CallPlus TDMA prepaid
    > plan, and have been trying to understand a bit about how all this
    > works. I've come across the term PRL (preferred roaming list) and
    > wondered if my phone has one. If it does, was it updated when I
    > activated? Is it automatically re-updated, or do I need to do
    > something about that periodically?
    >
    >






    See More: CallPlus - what about PRL?




  2. #2
    John S.
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    Re: CallPlus - what about PRL?


    "George" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I've come across the term PRL (preferred roaming list) and
    > wondered if my phone has one.


    Nope. PRL's are pretty much a CDMA thing.





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