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Using a Motorolla T8367 on verizon (was pcs)

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by 4th Amendment defiled by Patriot Act, Jul 5, 2004.

  1. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 20:44:16 -0500, Rod wrote:

    > Not impossible at all. In fact he's got it activated on Verizon Wireless
    > this very moment.


    I didn't say impossible. I said virtually impossible. If the phone is
    locked by Sprint it is virtually impossible to get the unlock code from them
    so you can unlock the phone for use on the VZW network.

    There are ways do do this by sneaky methods, but for the average person it's
    not achievable.
     



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  2. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 20:44:16 -0500, Rod wrote:

    > Not impossible at all. In fact he's got it activated on Verizon Wireless
    > this very moment.


    I didn't say impossible. I said virtually impossible. If the phone is
    locked by Sprint it is virtually impossible to get the unlock code from them
    so you can unlock the phone for use on the VZW network.

    There are ways do do this by sneaky methods, but for the average person it's
    not achievable.
     
  3. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 20:44:16 -0500, Rod wrote:

    > Not impossible at all. In fact he's got it activated on Verizon Wireless
    > this very moment.


    I didn't say impossible. I said virtually impossible. If the phone is
    locked by Sprint it is virtually impossible to get the unlock code from them
    so you can unlock the phone for use on the VZW network.

    There are ways do do this by sneaky methods, but for the average person it's
    not achievable.
     
  4. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 20:44:16 -0500, Rod wrote:

    > Not impossible at all. In fact he's got it activated on Verizon Wireless
    > this very moment.


    I didn't say impossible. I said virtually impossible. If the phone is
    locked by Sprint it is virtually impossible to get the unlock code from them
    so you can unlock the phone for use on the VZW network.

    There are ways do do this by sneaky methods, but for the average person it's
    not achievable.
     
  5. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 20:44:16 -0500, Rod wrote:

    > Not impossible at all. In fact he's got it activated on Verizon Wireless
    > this very moment.


    I didn't say impossible. I said virtually impossible. If the phone is
    locked by Sprint it is virtually impossible to get the unlock code from them
    so you can unlock the phone for use on the VZW network.

    There are ways do do this by sneaky methods, but for the average person it's
    not achievable.
     
  6. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 20:44:16 -0500, Rod wrote:

    > Not impossible at all. In fact he's got it activated on Verizon Wireless
    > this very moment.


    I didn't say impossible. I said virtually impossible. If the phone is
    locked by Sprint it is virtually impossible to get the unlock code from them
    so you can unlock the phone for use on the VZW network.

    There are ways do do this by sneaky methods, but for the average person it's
    not achievable.
     
  7. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 20:44:16 -0500, Rod wrote:

    > Not impossible at all. In fact he's got it activated on Verizon Wireless
    > this very moment.


    I didn't say impossible. I said virtually impossible. If the phone is
    locked by Sprint it is virtually impossible to get the unlock code from them
    so you can unlock the phone for use on the VZW network.

    There are ways do do this by sneaky methods, but for the average person it's
    not achievable.
     
  8. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 20:44:16 -0500, Rod wrote:

    > Not impossible at all. In fact he's got it activated on Verizon Wireless
    > this very moment.


    I didn't say impossible. I said virtually impossible. If the phone is
    locked by Sprint it is virtually impossible to get the unlock code from them
    so you can unlock the phone for use on the VZW network.

    There are ways do do this by sneaky methods, but for the average person it's
    not achievable.
     
  9. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 20:44:16 -0500, Rod wrote:

    > Not impossible at all. In fact he's got it activated on Verizon Wireless
    > this very moment.


    I didn't say impossible. I said virtually impossible. If the phone is
    locked by Sprint it is virtually impossible to get the unlock code from them
    so you can unlock the phone for use on the VZW network.

    There are ways do do this by sneaky methods, but for the average person it's
    not achievable.
     
  10. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 10:33:01 GMT, Røbert M. wrote:

    > What does it say about the relative customer friendliness of the two
    > companies then?


    What customer friendliness? VZW has been dropping Sprint as a roaming
    partner every where thay can across the country for months now.
     
  11. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 10:33:01 GMT, Røbert M. wrote:

    > What does it say about the relative customer friendliness of the two
    > companies then?


    What customer friendliness? VZW has been dropping Sprint as a roaming
    partner every where thay can across the country for months now.
     
  12. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 10:33:01 GMT, Røbert M. wrote:

    > What does it say about the relative customer friendliness of the two
    > companies then?


    What customer friendliness? VZW has been dropping Sprint as a roaming
    partner every where thay can across the country for months now.
     
  13. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 10:33:01 GMT, Røbert M. wrote:

    > What does it say about the relative customer friendliness of the two
    > companies then?


    What customer friendliness? VZW has been dropping Sprint as a roaming
    partner every where thay can across the country for months now.
     
  14. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 10:33:01 GMT, Røbert M. wrote:

    > What does it say about the relative customer friendliness of the two
    > companies then?


    What customer friendliness? VZW has been dropping Sprint as a roaming
    partner every where thay can across the country for months now.
     
  15. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 10:33:01 GMT, Røbert M. wrote:

    > What does it say about the relative customer friendliness of the two
    > companies then?


    What customer friendliness? VZW has been dropping Sprint as a roaming
    partner every where thay can across the country for months now.
     
  16. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 10:33:01 GMT, Røbert M. wrote:

    > What does it say about the relative customer friendliness of the two
    > companies then?


    What customer friendliness? VZW has been dropping Sprint as a roaming
    partner every where thay can across the country for months now.
     
  17. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 10:33:01 GMT, Røbert M. wrote:

    > What does it say about the relative customer friendliness of the two
    > companies then?


    What customer friendliness? VZW has been dropping Sprint as a roaming
    partner every where thay can across the country for months now.
     
  18. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 10:33:01 GMT, Røbert M. wrote:

    > What does it say about the relative customer friendliness of the two
    > companies then?


    What customer friendliness? VZW has been dropping Sprint as a roaming
    partner every where thay can across the country for months now.
     
  19. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 10:33:01 GMT, Røbert M. wrote:

    > What does it say about the relative customer friendliness of the two
    > companies then?


    What customer friendliness? VZW has been dropping Sprint as a roaming
    partner every where thay can across the country for months now.
     
  20. Strongbox

    Strongbox Guest

    On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 10:33:01 GMT, Røbert M. wrote:

    > What does it say about the relative customer friendliness of the two
    > companies then?


    What customer friendliness? VZW has been dropping Sprint as a roaming
    partner every where thay can across the country for months now.
     

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