Marketing fodder for Neo: FCC presentation
sam.kome at motricity.com
Thu Feb 22 19:43:26 CET 2007
Yes, if the phone in question has been locked to another carrier:
Usually this kind of lock can be removed one way or another.
The issues of hardware crippling and data limiting/steering can be
harder to remediate.
Hope this helps.
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[mailto:community-bounces at lists.openmoko.org] On Behalf Of Gabriel
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 12:42 PM
To: community at lists.openmoko.org
Subject: Re: Marketing fodder for Neo: FCC presentation
On Thursday 22 February 2007 18:21:51 Wolfgang S. Rupprecht wrote:
> Now, while I'm not fan of Skype with their anti-open standards stance
> (with their proprietary and secret signaling), I do see this action as
> a good thing for the open source community. Skype is the 800
> lb. gorilla of voice over the Internet. With Ebays billions available
> to them, perhaps they will be able to convince the FCC to change the
> current stranglehold carriers have over phones and software.
Do US GSM carriers *really* stop you from using your SIM in a phone you
I could see it applying to CDMA but that's another issue, really.
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