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    This is a really cool tool! Cingular all the way, baby!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregsmith59
    Is that a trick question???
    The poster wrote "Wrong" after the Amber Alert answer which apparently gave the correct answer. What you type is not necessarily what you intended to convey. If he had put the Amber Alert answer first, there would be no ambiguity when he wrote "Wrong" after the Cingular results. Or if he had said "used to be an At&T Wireless customer," there would be no doubt. His message gave the impression that the person still was an AT&T Wireless customer.
    Last edited by efparri; 05-13-2006 at 10:55 PM. Reason: omission
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mango808
    I plugged in a friends number that used to be an AT&T Wireless number, but had ported over to Verizon last year and it came back as still being included as M2M with Cingular.
    Is this how Cingular gets 55M subscribers??????

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    Still a great idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walkguru
    Still a great idea.
    I completely agree!

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    I just did three numbers with the same beginning interchange as a Cingular number, but were with other companies, and they came up as being elligible.
    Heh.

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    I just checked a number of a friend who ported out of Cingular to Alltel 2 years ago and it says he is on-network. However, on my bill, it never rates calls to or from him as mobile to mobile. Pretty sorry system they use. Its giving people false information! However, the billing system seems to get it right every month!
    My friend ported to VZ about 3 years ago and Cingular says its M2M on my bill still it works for me :P

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    The Cingular website sucks and does not work. Use https://www.wirelessamberalerts.org/index.jsp instead
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    Quote Originally Posted by i0wnj00
    This thing failed my test...
    I plugged in number for a friend who was an AT&T Wireless customer and it said "Yes you can enjoy free calls to the following number(s)", plug in the same number at https://www.wirelessamberalerts.org/ and I get "Carrier: T-Mobile USA, Inc."

    WRNG!

    Good ole Cingular at work again...
    I checked four numbers just now:

    a) a number of a friend who has a Cingular-assigned number and has Cingular right now
    b) a number of a friend who has ported from SPCS to VZW to Cingular (he ported to Cingular several months ago)
    c) a number of a friend who ported from Cingular to T-Mobile several months ago
    d) my number ported from VZW to T-Mobile that has never touched Cingular

    a), b), and c) show up as eligible for M2M; d) naturally doesn't.

    It looks like it is correctly reflecting ports in but not ports out.

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    That's pretty cool that they have this now, it's kind of like Verizon's IN lookup tool.
    I am looking to take over a former *Centennial Wireless* Account that was converted to *VERIZON*. Preferably one with a data card, but I won't discriminate if it's a voice plan with a dumbphone/smartphone/whatever. If it's a former Centennial Account and is now a VERIZON account, but still has the Centennial Plan on it, then I AM INTERESTED!

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    Quote Originally Posted by efparri
    Cingular has a Mobile to Mobile Lookup Tool which allows you to check up to five wireless numbers to see if mobile to mobile minutes apply.
    That is a nice tool. There have been times that I wanted to verify a few numbers, to see if they where indeed Cingular numbers.
    Hartford, CT Area

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    Glad addition to the users to have - the followed in VZW footsteps, since VZW went public with this feature about 3 months ago.

    Now coverage maps . . . .

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    I have the cingular prepaid service on one of my phones and the tool is funny. It shows one of my friends who is on tmobile as in. When i make a call it also bills it as the unlimited m2m lol. Way to go cingular. Thank you for the free calls lol.

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    stop discussing that here or they might look into it :P
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    something has to be wrong with that tool..... because my 2 numbers which were briefly ported into then back out of cingular over 1 yr ago are showing free M2M for other cingular users.

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