At&T is using OTA programming also now. they're not CDMA, but still. it's not working entirely well yet, but it's comming along. try it. next time you go to but a nokia 8260 or a panasonic promax, see if they program the phone. in most cases they won't. they'll just wait for the AT&T sign to show up on the screen...and *poof* your phone is ready to use. but just to make sure OTA programming went through, some dealers will short program thier phones. I do work with verizon wireless too, and the phones are OTA compatible, but for some reason, i still have to manually programs those shi*s. oh well. thats CDMA for you. i think sprintPCS is the same. to make sure OTA went through, CSAs will often make you short program the phone first.
Was that the $39.99 or the $49.99 calling plan?
This ain't no swamp meet. I don't care if the people down the street are giving away free sh**.