Question about Cell Phones
It appears that the Kyocera m1000 is a CDMA phone and thus would not be compatible with the ATT/Cingular network that is GSM (uses a SIM card and CDMA doesn't). If though your Kyocera is a GSM phone? You would have to take your SIM card and insert it into the M1000 and as long as the phone is unlocked or locked to Cingular/ATT it will work.
Posted on May 16, 2008
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