Re: Do Cell Phones Still Offer "A" and "B" Carriers?

Do today's cell phones have any option to do that?

None that I've seen. Typically the A carrier is TDMA or GSM, and the B carrier is CDMA, so if you forced the phone to the other one it'd have to fall back to analog and cellco's don't like that.

Ten years ago when I had an analog car phone I would force it to switch all the time when I was on trips because I knew that the non-default carrier had a better roaming deal.



Reply to
John Levine
Loading thread data ... Forums website is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here. All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.