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Thu Mar 15 18:44:18 CET 2007
Benjamin C Burns wrote:
> Sean Moss-Pultz wrote:
>> Companies like Cingular have been known to whitelist handsets.
>> They *could* do it for the Neo. I highly doubt they would.
> I mean no offense here, but by "whitelist," do you actually mean
> "blacklist," or ban?
> I don't really follow the day-to-day of this market very much, but does
> FIC have any branding agreements with Cingular or T-Mobile? If so, it
A white list is the inverse of a blacklist.
Any device on it works.
And no, there are no branding arrangements. That may or may not happen
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