Question about Motorola Mobility V500 Cellular Phone
The problem with switching a phone over two different networks is: Each network has different programming. Your friend should be able to take it to a "YTG Wireless" type store and have the phone reprogrammed to the specifications of their current provider. if you take it to the actual provider though they will tell you that you can't get it fixed and to buy a new phone. it IS possible you just have to find someone that can do it.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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