I am in a different country, my RAZR does not function w networks
Networks in my country only provide service to phones hooked to their network, or with their prepaid chips. My razor does not have a chip at all, and i do not have it hooked to any network. What can i do to make it function in my country.
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Re: i am in a different country, my RAZR does not...
It depends on the country you are in.... some providers are widely supported in one country, whereas in another country that might not be the same case...
.... what network signals are supported in your area?... Your phone is a gsm or quadband phone.. you probably don't have gsm service in your area, but rather CDMA.... which does not work on your particular phone. you must buy a cdma phone... (some phones are multiple-network compatible). Just shop around.
Also 3g networks in europe don't normally work on USA 3g enabled phones.... and vice-versa.
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Have you contacted your service provider? You'll need to make sure that you have the correct APN information on your phone for your internet to work, depending on your service provider... the two terms differ when you change networks, CDMA or GSM.
You're probably trying to use a SIM card from a network not supported by the country you're in.
Some networks don't have a roaming agreement between two or more networks service providers to enable the users of one service provider to use their services.
Purchase a new SIM card from a popular network in that country. Ask them to unlock your phone at the same time, because it might be locked on the original network, like Orange, Vodafone, t-mobile etc...