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"A or B" side?

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Bob, Jul 4, 2004.

  1. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     



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  2. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  3. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  4. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  5. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  6. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  7. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  8. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  9. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  10. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  11. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  12. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  13. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  14. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  15. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  16. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  17. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  18. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  19. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     
  20. George

    George Guest

    "Bob" <rfa5@optonline.net> wrote in message
    news:9ITFc.8557$kz.1716443@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > Is Verizon the "a" or "b"carrier? I'm in the NYC area if location

    matters.
    > With my LG4500 not having analog, will I be able to get another carrier on
    > "the other side" (whether it be the a or b side)? Just wondering.
    >
    > Bob
    >

    A & B just refer to the old designations for the incumbent (wired) carrier
    and the wireless carrier on the original 800 MHz analog cell systems. If
    you were using an analog phone in NYC on VZW it would list "B" as the
    serving system. But even though A & B are analog designations my bill always
    lists the digital calls I make in NYC as "New York/B".

    Since your digital phone is CDMA the only other system your phone can use is
    Sprint which is neither A or B and is digital only PCS.

    BTW, I also have a vx4500 and don't view digital only as being an issue.
     

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