Question about Motorola Mobility C168 Cellular Phone
I have never used a pay-as-you-go phone before. At this point I am struggling to understand some of the industry jargon and acronyms. First, when we say the phone is unlocked...how is that different than entering the appropriate network PIN? Are they synonomous functions with different names? Sorry about all the "dummy questions"! lol I also noticed that at least one person reccomended calling AT&T and providing the IME # (?) of the C168i in order to either unlock the phone or retreive the correct network PIN. Which is which? And what do I do? Thanks Guys,
"Unlocked"is a term that resellers of phones use to designate that the phone can be used on any carriers network. This is useful if you buy say a t-mobile phone and want to use it on an At&T network.
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Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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