I have one of these. Don't use it at all; it is not digital. > Pretty good condition, no battery with it, just pugs in to lighter in a > car. It was on BellSouth Mobility, but with you try to use it it says > it is not registered with Verizon. > If someone wants to pay me to pack it up and ship it to them, let me > know, I can send pictures if you like. > The only good spammer is a dead one!! Have you hunted one down today? > (c) 2005 I Kill Spammers, Inc. A Rot in Hell Co. > [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: I certainly have the required power > supply even though I do not have a car/cigarette lighter. I wonder > how it would work on Cingular Wireless here in Kansas? PAT]
If Cingular has an Analog system it would work just fine, what are the chances of that? I know when BLS; BellSouth took over some of GTE MobleNets Washington systems; they were located in Verizon offices, they still had the old Motorola Analog switch as well as the Digital one, but they had planned to move out of the building and have a new GSM switch.
The only good spammer is a dead one!! Have you hunted one down today? (c) 2005 I Kill Spammers, Inc. A Rot in Hell Co.[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Cingular has some Analog stuff still in service, but it is getting scarce. They claim they will continue to service it through the end of next year, at least. But they also say that no _new_ analog service will be allowed in area 620 (southeast Kansas). Any new analog service (in the remaining time for same) will have to work out of Wichita (area 316), which is okay I guess. My exisiting Cingular prepaid service (an old AT&T Nokia 5165 phone) goes out of Wichita also, although my prepaid 'regular' Cingular Wireless service is a 620 number locally out of Independence. PAT]