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    Lightbulb The Ultimate MCC-MNC List for the USA

    The ultimate MCC-MNC list for the USA. Correct any of these if they're wrong.
    THIS LIST HAS BEEN UPDATED TO REFLECT THE ALREADY POSTED CORRECTIONS.
    - UPDATED 10/17/05 (by Bobolito)




    -------------ACTIVE USA MNCs-----------------------------
    Code:
    310-110 Wireless 2000 PCS
    310-020 Union Telephone
    310-260 T-Mobile
    310-030 Centennial
    310-310 T-Mobile
    310-040 Concho Wireless 
    310-460 Simmetry
    310-070 Highland Cellular
    310-080 Corr Wireless
    310-090 Edge Wireless
    310-100 Plateau Wireless
    310-170 T-Mobile (former Cingular Wireless CA/NV)
    310-180 West Central
    310-190 Alaska Wireless
    310-320 Cellular One (not Dobson)
    310-340 WestLink
    310-390 Yorkville
    310-410 Cingular Wireless
    310-420 Cincinnati Bell
    310-430 Alaska DigiTel
    310-440 Cellular One (not Dobson)
    310-450 Viaero Wireless
    310-460 Simmetry (formerly OneLink PCS)
    310-490 SunCom
    310-500 Alltel (formerly PSC Wireless - GA/AL region only)
    310-530 West VA Wireless
    310-540 Oklahoma Western
    310-560 Cellular One DCS
    310-590 Western Wireless (now part of Alltel)
    310-610 Epic Touch
    310-620 Coleman Telecomm
    310-630 AmeriLink PCS
    310-640 Einstein PCS
    310-680 Cellular One DCS (Dobson. Formerly NPI Wireless)
    310-690 Immix Wireless
    310-740 Telemetrix
    310-760 Panhandle Telecomm
    310-770 Iowa Wireless
    310-790 PinPoint Wireless
    310-830 Caprock Cellular
    310-870 Kaplan
    310-880 Advantage Cellular
    310-890 RCC/Unicell
    310-900 Texas Cellular
    310-910 First Cellular
    310-940 Digital Cellular
    310-950 XIT Wireless
    310-980 Cingular Wireless (not in commercial use)
    310-990 Cingular Wireless (not in commercial use)
    311-000 Mid-Tex Cellular
    311-030 Indigo Wireless
    311-040 Commnet Wireless
    311-050 Wilkes Cellular
    311-070 Easterbrooke
    311-080 Pine Cellular
    311-090 Siouxland PCS 
    311-110 High Plains Wireless
    311-130 Cell One Amarillo
    311-140 Sprocket (aka MBO Wireless)
    311-150 Wilkes Cellular
    311-160 Cellular One DCS (Dobson. Formerly EMW)
    311-170 PetroCom
    311-180 Cingular Wireless (not in commercial use)
    311-190 Cellular Properties Inc. (aka CellOne East Central IL)
    311-210 Farmers Cellular
    311-250 USA i CAN
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    -------------RETIRED MNCs--------------------------------
    Code:
    310-110 Wireless 2000 PCS (No longer in business)
    310-150 Cingular Wireless (SE GA/SC/NC/E TN. Consolidated with 310-410)
    310-160 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260. Formerly Omnipoint)
    310-200 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260)
    310-210 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260)
    310-220 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260)
    310-230 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260)
    310-240 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260)
    310-250 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260)
    310-260 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260)
    310-270 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260. Former Powertel)
    310-310 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260. Former Aerial)
    310-350 Carolina Phone (No longer in business)
    310-380 Cingular Wireless (former AT&T Wireless)
    310-400 Minnesota Souther (never actually used; 
            HickoryTech got the MNC but never built out any GSM before their 
            wireless business was bought by Western Wireless; WWCA built out 
            (roamer-only) GSM under -590 and not -400
    310-580 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260. Former PCS One)
    310-660 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260. Former DigiPH)
    310-670 Wireless 2000 PCS (No longer in business)
    310-780 AirLink PCS (No longer in business)
    310-800 T-Mobile (consolidated with 310-260)
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    Very nice! good job! thank you!

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    Looks like a pretty complete list to me. The most comprehensive I ever found was here:

    http://www.csoft.co.uk/nox8/coverage_list.pl?ISO=US

    The nice thing about that list is that it's not only GSM networks, but just about any cellular type network. Of course only GSM networks have MCC-MNC associated with them though. They actually have pretty good listings for just about every country in the world.

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    Addition:
    311-150: Wilkes Cellular

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    Quote Originally Posted by adx11
    Looks like a pretty complete list to me. The most comprehensive I ever found was here:

    http://www.csoft.co.uk/nox8/coverage_list.pl?ISO=US

    The nice thing about that list is that it's not only GSM networks, but just about any cellular type network. Of course only GSM networks have MCC-MNC associated with them though. They actually have pretty good listings for just about every country in the world.
    Actually all mobile networks have MCC-MNC codes associated with them. Check this link:http://www.numberingplans.com/?page=plans&sub=imsinr
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    Quote Originally Posted by efparri
    Actually all mobile networks have MCC-MNC codes associated with them. Check this link:http://www.numberingplans.com/?page=plans&sub=imsinr
    These are only GSM networks.

    Interesting find: Take a look at the last page of US MCC-MNCs at that website. They list Nextel as 316-010


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    Quote Originally Posted by blkballoon925
    These are only GSM networks.

    Interesting find: Take a look at the last page of US MCC-MNCs at that website. They list Nextel as 316-010
    iDEN carriers have MCC-MNCs becaue of iDEN/GSM interoperability (i.e., SIM roaming)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlr8
    The ultimate MCC-MNC list for the USA. Correct any of these if they're wrong.
    Here ya go.

    310-000 Mid-Text Cellular <-- invalid (s/b 311-000)
    310-011 Wireless 2000 PCS <-- invalid (s/b 310-110)
    310-026 T-Mobile <-- invalid (s/b 310-260)
    310-031 T-Mobile <-- invalid (s/b 310-310)
    310-040 Cellular One DCS <-- "DCS" does not belong; this is Concho Wireless (who no longer does business as CellOne), *not* Dobson
    310-046 Simmetry <-- invalid (s/b 310-460)
    310-110 Wireless 2000 PCS <-- no longer in business
    310-140 MBO Wireless <-- invalid (s/b 311-140; MBO = Sprocket)
    310-160 T-Mobile <-- old Omnipoint MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-200 T-Mobile <-- old VS MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-210 T-Mobile <-- old VS MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-220 T-Mobile <-- old VS MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-230 T-Mobile <-- old VS MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-240 T-Mobile <-- old VS MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-250 T-Mobile <-- old VS MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-260 T-Mobile <-- old VS MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-270 T-Mobile <-- old Powertel MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-310 T-Mobile <-- old Aerial SID retired in favor of -260
    310-311 Farmers Cellular <-- invalid (s/b 311-210)
    310-320 Cellular One DCS <-- not sure who this is, but "DCS" does not belong as this is not Dobson
    310-350 Carolina Phone <-- no longer in business
    310-400 Minnesota Souther <-- never actually used; HickoryTech got the MNC but never built out any GSM before their wireless business was bought by Western Wireless; WWCA built out (roamer-only) GSM under -590 and not -400
    310-440 Cellular One DCS <-- not sure who this is, but "DCS" does not belong as this is not Dobson
    310-460 OneLink PCS <-- now known as Simmetry
    310-500 PSC Wireless <-- now Alltel (GA/AL region only)
    310-580 T-Mobile <-- old PCS One MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-590 Western Wireless <-- now part of Alltel
    310-660 T-Mobile <-- old DigiPH MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-670 Wireless 2000 PCS <-- the second coming of a carrier no longer in business
    310-680 NPI Wireless <-- now Dobson; MNC now covers most of the northern LP of Michigan and not just the old NPI territory
    310-780 AirLink PCS <-- no longer in business
    310-800 T-Mobile <-- old SOL MNC retired in favor of -260
    310-980 Cingular Wireless <-- internal use only???
    310-990 Cingular Wireless <-- internal use only???
    311-001 Wilkes USA <-- invalid (s/b 311-150...I have personally roamed on Wilkes so I know 311-150 is right )
    311-005 Wilkes USA <-- invalid (s/b 311-150)
    311-090 USASXLP <-- Siouxland PCS (subsidiary of CellOne/Great Lakes of Iowa)
    311-140 Sprocket <-- (aka MBO Wireless)
    311-160 EMW <-- now Dobson, more or less
    311-180 Cingular Wireless <-- internal use only???
    311-190 USAC1ECI <-- Cellular Properties Inc. (aka CellOne East Central IL)
    311-250 USA i CAN <-- who??? The only company I know of with a name close to that is iConnect, an iDEN carrier in Guam, and I think they already have a different MNC for iDEN/GSM interop...

    -SC

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    @Roamer1: good update. Thanks. I got a number of these MNC's out of the plmn file from various motorolas. Others from research on the net and personal experience. All that (esp the use of the plmn file) might explain some of the outdated and "retired" MNC's on the list. FYI, your web site of SE cell and PCS carriers (quite thorough, I might add) lists Wilkes Cellular as 311-050 instead of 311-150. I personally roamed on this network earlier this week. Horrendous coverage, no AMR codecs, and no GPRS. Ugh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roamer1
    iDEN carriers have MCC-MNCs becaue of iDEN/GSM interoperability (i.e., SIM roaming)...

    -SC
    I guess that makes sense. I've just never seen a Nextel MNC before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roamer1
    iDEN carriers have MCC-MNCs becaue of iDEN/GSM interoperability (i.e., SIM roaming)...

    -SC
    So I take it that Sprint and Verizon should have MCC-MNCs as well? They offer SIM cards you can use for international roaming on GSM networks.

    By the way, xlr8, great info. Watch for it make its way into the Cingular FAQ forum! Most likely, I will consolidate all the updates.

    By the way, I didn't know 311 was also MCC for the US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobolito
    So I take it that Sprint and Verizon should have MCC-MNCs as well? They offer SIM cards you can use for international roaming on GSM networks.

    By the way, xlr8, great info. Watch for it make its way into the Cingular FAQ forum! Most likely, I will consolidate all the updates.

    By the way, I didn't know 311 was also MCC for the US.
    It might be valuable to split the list in two: active MNC's and retired MNC's. I also have a plmn_text_table.bin file (used on moto phones) with the latest info from roamer1's post. (It still includes all the retired MNC's associated with the last company that used it.) Plus all foreign MNC's are in a standard format of Provider Name listed first and two character country abbreviation listed second. The best way to view the list is with OpEdit from http://max.h15.ru/ . Or bring it up on your moto by going to My Network List > Add Network > Known Networks.
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