|Re: When is TDMA Being Phased Out?|
|John Levine (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
3 Dec 2005 01:28:21 -0000
> Does this mean a cell phone bought today won't have analog capability|
> as a backup if the digital signal isn't available?
> When buying a cell phone, how can one tell what the handset can do?
Look at the manual, either in the box with the phone, or get the model
>> If you live in a big city, Sprint and T-Mobile are a little cheaper,
> What happens -- the phone is dead? That doesn't sound good.
T-Mobile will roam to Cingular, particularly if you have a dual-band
> There were many news reports that digital signals had lots more "dark
That's more an 850 vs 1900 mhz issue than analog vs digital. Modern
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