AT&T Sims in US

Mark Arvidson sagacis at
Tue Apr 15 05:21:04 CEST 2008

I can't tell you about that particular SIM card number, but they should all
work on the FreeRunner.  As far as I know, they all work with the latest
(current) GSM firmware.

Make sure you get the 850 triband model of the FreeRunner.
--Mark Arvidson

On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 1:38 PM, tomjoad 440 <tomjoad440 at> wrote:

> Hello all,
>  Short version:
>  Will the firmware on the Neo FreeRunner work with all AT&T SIM cards?
>  Long version:
>  I've been following this mailing list for over a year and am patiently
>  waiting for the FreeRunner to be available.  In the mean time I have
>  purchased (with a contract discount) a new phone from AT&T and with this
>  new phone I received a new SIM.  The new SIM card I received is one of
>  the cards listed at as not
>  working.  So I am just curious if I need to stick with the old SIM card
>  I already have (and am using in the new phone) or if I can start using
>  this new card.  Now I know that Openmoko has received an updated
>  firmware for the GSM chip that is meant to get these SIM cards working.
>  I also know that Michael Shiloh has updated the firmware on several
>  peoples phones to test out that it works.  So my question is does the
>  updated firmware (which I assume will be on the FreeRunner) allow all
>  AT&T SIM cards to work (or atleast my specific one)?
>  (The specific SIM card I am worried about is the 71234 G 3022.)
>  Oh and of course thank you to everybody that has put in work on this
>  project.  Keep up the great work.
>    Waiting to purchase my Neo FreeRunner,
>    tomjoad
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