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    Quote Originally Posted by i0wnj00
    That's impossible, because States may have more then one active GSM network.
    For an example in California there are four GSM networks throughout this State.
    Where are these certain areas you want the network codes for?
    Soon to be five with Cell One of San Luis Obispo turning their GSM up this year.

    So in CA we'll have Cingular, T-Mobile, Edge Wireless, Alltel and Cellular One of SLO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilvla2
    Soon to be five with Cell One of San Luis Obispo turning their GSM up this year.

    So in CA we'll have Cingular, T-Mobile, Edge Wireless, Alltel and Cellular One of SLO.
    I'm so curious about this. I wonder if they are turning on GSM just in preparation for TDMA going away, or if they are going to become an affiliate for somebody? I would imagine a GSM overlay is expensive, and I also can't imagine that their "local only" user base is that big since this county really isn't that big. I wouldn't think they could recoup the cost of the overlay, but heck, what do I know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Gopher
    Is there a map with these codes? I'd like to load up on some of these before I go to certain areas of the country. Or, at least associate each code with a state.
    For maps, if you can figure out which operators are in your particular state, then you can look them up here:
    http://www.gsmworld.com/roaming/gsminfo/cou_us.shtml
    Some of the maps are outdated, but it gives you a good idea where they operate.
    Unfortunately it's not so easy to go the other way, finding out which operators are in an area. My suggestion is to try to use google to get that answer.
    Last edited by taylorh; 08-07-2006 at 07:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilvla2
    Soon to be five with Cell One of San Luis Obispo turning their GSM up this year.

    So in CA we'll have Cingular, T-Mobile, Edge Wireless, Alltel and Cellular One of SLO.
    What I'm wondering if there's a relationship between Dobson Communications and SLO Cellular One since Dobson does now own the Celluar One brand name and the service area map I have and their website doesn't make any mention of service in SLO County. Will Dobson Communications include SLO Cellular One in their service area once GSM is up and running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by i0wnj00
    What I'm wondering if there's a relationship between Dobson Communications and SLO Cellular One since Dobson does now own the Celluar One brand name and the service area map I have and their website doesn't make any mention of service in SLO County. Will Dobson Communications include SLO Cellular One in their service area once GSM is up and running?
    If they see the need for a roaming agreement with them, it'll happen. Most GSM providers have an agreement with Dobson because of their large GSM footprint across suburban and rural America and their strong presence in Alaska.
    Chances are there will at least be a unilateral agreement allowing SLO's customers to roam on Dobson.


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    I didn't mean roaming wise, but ownership of Cellular One SLO and recognizing it as a Cellular One market since Cellular One is technically a brand name of Dobson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by i0wnj00
    I didn't mean roaming wise, but ownership of Cellular One SLO and/or recognizing it as a Cellular One market since Cellular One is technically a brand name of Dobson.
    Probably not. SLO is far away from Dobson's other markets. Dobson concentrates on markets that surround major cities, mostly in the northeast and midwest. They license the brand name to many different providers, but they aren't marketed as if Dobson owns them. They say Cellular One from Dobson Cellular Systems if it's Dobson-owned. SLO would call themselves Cellular One of San Luis Obispo.

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    310-570 is MTPCS, LLC (Chinook Wireless) in Montana

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    Quote Originally Posted by blkballoon925
    Probably not. SLO is far away from Dobson's other markets. Dobson concentrates on markets that surround major cities, mostly in the northeast and midwest. They license the brand name to many different providers, but they aren't marketed as if Dobson owns them. They say Cellular One from Dobson Cellular Systems if it's Dobson-owned. SLO would call themselves Cellular One of San Luis Obispo.

    Cellular One of San Luis Obispo is independently owned, Dobson has nothing to do with them as far as I know. Celluar One West was owned by Western Wireless until Alltel took it over and changed their name to Alltel. Oh, by the way, their GSM is live and active now

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    Great Posting...

    I don''t quite understand all of what this means, but I am learning...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlr8
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    310-710: ASTAC Cellular
    that system might actually be turned on this year too. They finally selected a vendor last month, even saw some climbers...

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    Connected to a retired MNC

    I see on my Cingular Blackberry 8700c that I'm associated with the 310-380 MNC instead of 310-410. Why is this and how do I change it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by morar
    I see on my Cingular Blackberry 8700c that I'm associated with the 310-380 MNC instead of 310-410. Why is this and how do I change it?
    You're in California where Cingular is still 310-380 from the AT&T wireless merger a couple of years ago and hasn't switched to 310-410 yet.

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    310-380

    I would like to know cities with 310-380 network still active.

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