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Talking phones/surpressed features

Its common knowledge that service providers surpress certain features of phones. question: who/how decides what features will be surpressed? question 2: is there a list or something of what providers surpress which features? (i.e. me and my friend both have V3's. he has verizon, ihave cingular/att. his v3 says the numbers as you dial them. i think cing/att surpresses that)

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The Carrier or phone company requests the features that they want in their units from the manufacuter's. Verizon is a V3c anbd Cingular is a V3g - different phone hardware.

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