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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.
    VZW "borrows" from Vodafone UK for their GSM roaming. The old SIM roaming service actually was provisioned on Voda UK and required customers to manually forward their VZW line to a UK mobile number before leaving CDMA/AMPS coverage; AIUI, the new A790 roaming is more automated but still borrows from Voda UK.

    I have no earthly idea what SPCS does. I do expect that they'll start to take advantage of the yellow network roaming agreements sooner or later...
    By the way, I didn't know 311 was also MCC for the US.
    310 filled up, even despite T-Mobile's MNC consolidation and carriers who got MNCs getting bought out without building any GSM coverage first (HickoryTech) or going out of business (Wireless 2000/Northstar, Airlink, etc.)

    316 is too, but only for iDEN carriers' MNCs.

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    310-150 on Cingular seems extinct now. All of NC-SC is now 310-410

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    Odd that T-mobile's MNC is 310-260, but they lock their phones to 310-200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowfintuna
    310-150 on Cingular seems extinct now. All of NC-SC is now 310-410
    How about SE Georgia? I was down there not too terribly long ago (2-3 weeks) and I still used 310-150.
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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.

    310-090 Edge Wireless

    311-190 USAC1ECI
    What the heck is USAC1ECI??? I was on this in southern IL this summer. My tag just said USA-190.....MCC-MNC was 311-190.

    Also....I swear I also was on 310-090 in central IL and a wrong number dial said Cellular One

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizam76
    What the heck is USAC1ECI??? I was on this in southern IL this summer. My tag just said USA-190.....MCC-MNC was 311-190.

    Also....I swear I also was on 310-090 in central IL and a wrong number dial said Cellular One
    Roamer1 corrected this in his reply to my initial post:
    311-190 USAC1ECI <-- Cellular Properties Inc. (aka CellOne East Central IL)

    USAC1ECI was in my plmn file on my moto phone, which is where I got the wierd alpha tag. It makes since if you look at it now, knowing the company and area. USAC1ECI = USA Cell 1 East Central Illinois

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    Can someone explain in plain English, what they are talking about above and how it could affect me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jagrskmu
    Can someone explain in plain English, what they are talking about above and how it could affect me?
    Simply, the numbers are just network ID codes and we're trying to associate the codes with the carrier providing service. 310-260 is the T-Mobile network ID code. "310" is the MCC or mobile country code for the USA and "260" is the MNC or mobile network code for T-Mobile. Some carriers have more than one because of buying out various networks... a prime example is Cingular with both 310-410 and 310-380 (the old AWS network that they just bought).

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    Is there a way to see these numbers on my z500a?

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    Hello everyone. I have been reading hofo for almost 2 years, but never registered due to lack of comment. Better to let people think your stupid than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.

    I may be able to provide extra US/North America listings, comparing to those listed at the beginning of this thread. My list for the US/North America is much bigger on my V3 than my V400, also the V400 shows the obsolete carrier numbers . I haven't found a way to extract the information, as I am not big on editing bin files. I could take a few SS of the OPT program list from the bin file, or I could zip it, but I have no file host, so it would have to be emailed.
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    Tracfone MCC-MNC

    Most of the Tracfone handsets are locked to a MNC-MCC of 310-999.

    (This might be good to put in the list as well.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizam76
    What the heck is USAC1ECI??? I was on this in southern IL this summer. My tag just said USA-190.....MCC-MNC was 311-190.

    Also....I swear I also was on 310-090 in central IL and a wrong number dial said Cellular One
    You know, I was in Arthur, IL yesterday and had this same USAC1ECI. When I called *611, I got "Cellular one of Central Illinois". I don't know what the MCC-MNC was (probably 311-190 like you said), but I'm curious which carrier that was.

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    im confused the 310-380 is not retired yet im still on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikemanj7
    im confused the 310-380 is not retired yet im still on it?
    As markets are integrated or converted, the 310-380 (AT&T) changes over to 310-410 (Cingular). It's not scheduled to be completed until Q4 2006.

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    sry this is noobish but what are these numbers for? do i need them? how would i go about adding them to my phone if i do need them.

    thanks

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