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EMERGENCY CALLS ONLY

Ok,i purchased a Chang Xing A868 unlocked. I use an att sim card, and this phone finds networks but will not roam with them like it does on my old phone witch is a Nokia 6085. My old phone finds an att signal just fine, but on this A868 i search for networks and all it find is corr wireless.I know corr wireless roams with att.but this phone does not reconize this network as an att signal.Ive tried just about everything i can think of to make this work.PLEASE HELP.

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    I just bought the same phone and it works on the 900 and 1800 frequencies, but it does not recognize the 800 frequency. I feellike I was duped by this company. On another website some said that this phone, Chang Xing A868 is an original Triband that was hot wired to work as a Guad band.

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