700 Mhz Spectrum Auction

Mark markitect at gmail.com
Wed Aug 1 19:52:45 CEST 2007

Allow me to clarify, Most of them allow unlocked phones direct from
the manufacturer to be used on their network.  It's actually your
Sprint phone refusing to operation on Verizon's network. look up
unlocking phones you call the old company, not the new company
(assuming they are willing to do it).
This is how things tend to go on the GSM side of things anyway

On 8/1/07, Ben Burdette <bburdette at comcast.net> wrote:
> > 4.  Nobody really restricts devices anyway they just use retail power
> > to push their phones. So point 3 because mostly irrelevant either way.
> >
> Not sure what you mean by this.  When verizon won't allow you to use a
> sprint phone on their network, isn't that considered a restriction?  Or
> not being able to activate an old phone that they don't want to support
> anymore?  What about being locked out of features on your own phone?
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