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Thread: Introducing 7-Eleven SpeakOut Wireless in Canada

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    Seems to me the ability to switch the SIM to another phone is an adavantage if your phone gets damaged and you need a replacement. Of Course CDMA is not very big in Europe yet so if you have business over there it simpler having a GSM phone vs getting a world phone.

    Frankly I don't care what standard it uses as long as it works. There are benefits to both..

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    Wirelessly posted (Motorola i930: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows CE; Smartphone; 176x220; i930A; 4.21.1088; 000820960654310))

    has anyone gotten a straight answer on whether or not it's possible just to get a sim card?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggio4eva
    Wirelessly posted (Motorola i930: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows CE; Smartphone; 176x220; i930A; 4.21.1088; 000820960654310))

    has anyone gotten a straight answer on whether or not it's possible just to get a sim card?
    Somebody did say that calling 7-11 CS is the method to get a SIM card only.
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    Yea, someone said it, then said another guy said it wasn't possible. Either way i just wanted a definite answer. I guess i'll just have to call in myself and see what they say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggio4eva
    Yea, someone said it, then said another guy said it wasn't possible. Either way i just wanted a definite answer. I guess i'll just have to call in myself and see what they say.

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    Do You really give a Sheeps @$$ ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TelecomZombie
    Do You really give a Sheeps @$$ ?
    Yea, i could toss it into my i930 and compare it to my MiKE for fun. It's the cheapest way to compare. Plus if i'm ever out of signal on my mike, i can forward it to the gsm number for a limited time. With a 365 day expiry you can't go wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggio4eva
    Yea, i could toss it into my i930 and compare it to my MiKE for fun. It's the cheapest way to compare.

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    Just curious... is your i930 working on MiKE? I am a GSM man, so I don't have much of an idea about iDEN.

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    Wirelessly posted (Motorola i930: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows CE; Smartphone; 176x220; i930A; 4.21.1088; 000820960654310))

    Quote Originally Posted by mosquito_R
    Quote Originally Posted by baggio4eva
    Yea, i could toss it into my i930 and compare it to my MiKE for fun. It's the cheapest way to compare.

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    Just curious... is your i930 working on MiKE? I am a GSM man, so I don't have much of an idea about iDEN.
    yup works on mike and gsm 900/1800/1900
    Last edited by baggio4eva; 01-18-2006 at 03:29 PM.

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    Wirelessly posted (Motorola i930: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows CE; Smartphone; 176x220; i930A; 4.21.1088; 000820960654310))

    Quote Originally Posted by mosquito_R
    Quote Originally Posted by baggio4eva
    Yea, i could toss it into my i930 and compare it to my MiKE for fun. It's the cheapest way to compare.

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    Just curious... is your i930 working on MiKE? I am a GSM man, so I don't have much of an idea about iDEN.
    yup works on mike and gsm 900/1800

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    Has anyone tested the long distance in the GTA? For example, can you call a 416 number in Toronto from say Oshawa or Newmarket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggio4eva
    Yea, i could toss it into my i930 and compare it to my MiKE for fun. It's the cheapest way to compare. Plus if i'm ever out of signal on my mike, i can forward it to the gsm number for a limited time. With a 365 day expiry you can't go wrong.

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    I don't think running a 1900 only phone is a fair comparison on rogers at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by treatz
    I don't think running a 1900 only phone is a fair comparison on rogers at all
    i'm fully aware... still, it's fun to be able to hop networks if i dont have service with the other.

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    baggio as soon as I heard about this service (and the fact that it can carry over for a full year) I thought to do the exact same thing as you. I'm trading for an i930 soon and like the idea of having a GSM fall-back number

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    ^LOL Closet GSM users!

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    You wish iDEN in Ontario is more solid than CDMA or GSM

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