Marketing fodder for Neo: FCC presentation

Andreas Kostyrka andreas at
Thu Feb 22 23:21:11 CET 2007

* Sam Kome <sam.kome at> [070222 20:50]:
> Yes, if the phone in question has been locked to another carrier:

Well, that's not the carrier stoping you, it's the phone. You know,
there are sources for unlocked phones, like stores selling them. They
just happen to be a little bit more expensive, because you have to pay
the full price, instead of the carrier paying the majority of the
cost. ;)

A complete different thing would be if the networks would be checking
serial numbers and disallow using a 3rd party phone.


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