Talk:Carriers/ATT

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AT&T/Cingular specifies the artwork so they should all look the same for the same SKU other than the vendor identification so I'm not sure what benefit there is in describing the images.
 
AT&T/Cingular specifies the artwork so they should all look the same for the same SKU other than the vendor identification so I'm not sure what benefit there is in describing the images.
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Except that some of the older SIM cards don't have anything, but markings to help denote what they are.
  
 
== This with Fireball success ==
 
== This with Fireball success ==

Revision as of 18:29, 6 August 2007

AT&T/Cingular specifies the artwork so they should all look the same for the same SKU other than the vendor identification so I'm not sure what benefit there is in describing the images.

Except that some of the older SIM cards don't have anything, but markings to help denote what they are.

This with Fireball success

I wonder if those who have been successful with AT&T 3G cards are only finding 2G access at their locations. I put in my 4020 sim card and get "REGISTRATION DENIED" in 2 seconds. Waiting for a long period of time does not change that. --Sagacis 14:47, 6 August 2007 (CEST)

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AT&T/Cingular specifies the artwork so they should all look the same for the same SKU other than the vendor identification so I'm not sure what benefit there is in describing the images.

Except that some of the older SIM cards don't have anything, but markings to help denote what they are.

This with Fireball success

I wonder if those who have been successful with AT&T 3G cards are only finding 2G access at their locations. I put in my 4020 sim card and get "REGISTRATION DENIED" in 2 seconds. Waiting for a long period of time does not change that. --Sagacis 14:47, 6 August 2007 (CEST)