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    wondering if the nokia 5800 is compatible with the boost mobile network.

    also, does anyone happen to have some sort of list of the compatible wireless services? Thanks!

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    Boost mobile is iden
    5800 is a GSM phone, att and T-Mobile

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Tran
    Boost mobile is iden
    5800 is a GSM phone, att and T-Mobile
    so att and tmobile are the only 2 providers i can have? I have att prepaid, and found boosts $50 unlimited plan unbeatable

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    oops, double post, sry
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    yeh, until Boost goes GSM then that's it. Then again you can have some of the local carriers such as Centennial (in Indiana and other places) or other small carriers such as that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kvnhmmd
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    so att and tmobile are the only 2 providers i can have? I have att prepaid, and found boosts $50 unlimited plan unbeatable
    Nope. AT&T/T-Mobile use GSM technology while Boost Mobile uses iDen technology. With iDen, the pickings are relatively slim and, IMO, suck.
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