[maemo-users] Nokia NXXX With A Phone!

From: Jonathan Greene atmasphere at atmasphere.net
Date: Fri Jan 25 07:22:44 EET 2008
It's pretty painless to switch the SIM card out.  As long as it's open
and not packaged from the carrier there should be no issue.  I
purchased an N95 NAM (north american) from the Nokia Store and put my
iPhone ATT sim in and have been using it that way since ... no issues
- though the the MMS service is blocked, thanks to Apple and ATT.  My
data service is smooth and I've got 3.5G service now.  If the radio
and SIM slot are there you could use it anywhere and on any carrier
that supported the bands.

On Jan 24, 2008 11:58 PM, Gary <gary at eyetraxx.net> wrote:
> On Thu, 24 Jan 2008, Steve Yelvington wrote:
> > There are compromises to be made whether you take the integrated route
> > (a la iPhone) or the component route (a la Nokia). I have an N800, a
> The great thing about bluetooth tethering is that you can switch carriers
> and not have to replace your tethered device at the same time. Integrating
> a phone (and the wireless telephony it's tied to, CDMA, GSM, etc.) would
> be a bad idea and considering the business they're in, Nokia would have
> probably done this in the first place if they'd thought it would work. As
> it stands, I can't envision them adding anything but WiMAX or its
> successor in the future.
> -Gary
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