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Thread: The Ultimate MCC-MNC List for the USA

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    310-380

    Los Altos in the Bay Area

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdeclerck
    I would like to know cities with 310-380 network still active.
    California, Nevada, and Mohave County, AZ

    -SC
    red: / yellow: / pink: / orange: / Little Rock blue: / Metro: uh, no.

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    Does anyone have the latest MNC table to date? Looking at the NAPRD doc and it is way outdated. From the tables on the 1st page of this forum, it looks like many of the MNC's are retired that still show active on the NAPRD10v2.6.11.

    It would be great if someone can make a new 2007 table like they did on the first page for 2005.

    Cheers!

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    I would like...

    I would like to see an updated list of the various carriers and where their towers are located.

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    I have no idea why I subscribed to this thread, so I had to look some definitions up.

    http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/ip-.../e164/e212.doc

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    I don't...

    I don't know why you did either. But I learned something from it...

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    Just an FYI-

    310-090 Edge Wireless

    This is now defunct, as AT&T has switched most, if not all former Edge Wireless areas over to the 310-410 MNC. For those that don't know, AT&T announced in December of 2007 that it would be buying out the 60% interest in Edge it didn't own, and officially took over in April of 2008.

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    310-680 is no longer in use to the best of my knowledge. It was used by Dobson in Michigan before AT&T acquired them. Now, everything is completely 310-410.

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    Wirelessly posted (i0wnj00: BlackBerry9000/4.6.0.301 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/1 UP.Link/6.3.1.20.0)

    310-890 is now Verizon Wireless. Any RCC Unicel markets not under control of Verizon Wireless are now AT&T service areas (VT, Upstate NY and NE Washington state) or newly aquired markets (Western KS and So MN). The former have been converted to 310-410.

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    Does anyone know the MNC for metro pcs??

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    CDMA networks don't have a MCC/MNC as far as I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awj223
    CDMA networks don't have a MCC/MNC as far as I know.
    Sure they do, but I'm not sure it's as important as it is for GSM/UMTS, since with CDMA you are more restricted (ie: you can't really roam internationally as you can with GSM/UMTS). With data I collected in Cellumap , it seems CDMA phones don't always register the correct MNC, or sometimes it's missing. Altho the MCC is usually correct.

    Metro PCS has MCC-MNC 310-570 according to ITU 212.

    http://radioraiders.com/gsm-mobile-network-codes.php

    But MNC's seem to change in the US with every consolidation/merger/buyout, etc, so who knows if it's still valid...
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