Motorola RAZR in Pink FOR SALE!

#1
I am Selling my Motorola RAZR because I have just got a new phone. It's a good phone and has only been used for a few months.

SUMMARY OF FEATURES:
• External dimensions: 13.9 x 55 x 98 millimeters
• Weight: 95 grams
• External color display
• Picture caller ID
• Nickel-plated copper-alloy chemically-etched keypad
• Internal display: 2.2 inch 176 x 220 pixel 64K color TFT display
• External display: 96x80 pixels 4k color CSTN CLI
• EL keypad illumination panel
• Internal quad-band antenna
• Integrated VGA camera with 4x zoom
• Integrated Class 1 Bluetooth® wireless technology
• 22kHz polyphonic speaker with MP3 ringer support
• MPEG4 video Playback
• 3D Graphics Engine
• Java™ MIDP 2.0
• Dedicated Messaging & Browser keys

THE PRICE IS £40








If interested PM me or e-mail me at jade2953@hotmail.com
 

samina

Well-Known Member
#3
hmmm... you're in the UK? are these things configured differently for UK vs US, i wonder?

i'm just clueless about such things...
 

samina

Well-Known Member
#7
in fact, just found one right around the corner from me at work, so will do that when i run out for a sammich! :D
 

Indiana_Jay

Active Member
#9
hmmm... you're in the UK? are these things configured differently for UK vs US, i wonder?

i'm just clueless about such things...
Yep, cellular service in the UK (and, in fact in most of the world outside the United States) uses the GSM standard. In order to use the phone here, you have to have an account with one of the carriers that use GSM: T-Mobile, AT&T and Alltel, for example.

Even then, the U.K. phone might not be supported, because GSM uses a number of different frequency bands. If the U.K. phone is built to use the 900 MHz band (as it probably is), it probably won't work with any U.S. carrier, unless the phone's frequency band can be changed with a menu setting (as some can).

A GSM phone will definitely not work with Verizon, which uses the CDMA standard, not GSM.

-IJ
 

samina

Well-Known Member
#10
thanks, IJ. am gonna ask the verizon peeps about this & see if there's a way to do an easy conversion or somethin'...
 
#12
I do know that a UK RAZR phone will work in the US. I have a friend who was here recently and it worked fine when we called each other. Now, if the phone works on the Verizon network is the $64,000 question. :wink: Good luck sam!!!
 
#13
I do know that a UK RAZR phone will work in the US. I have a friend who was here recently and it worked fine when we called each other. Now, if the phone works on the Verizon network is the $64,000 question. :wink: Good luck sam!!!
I'm pretty confident Samina will learn that LGG's phone will not work with Verizon. When your friend was stateside, she was probably roaming on [FONT=arial, helvetica]the AT&T, Cingular, Nextel or T-Mobile network. If she did not have to change any menu settings to roam, that would be a good sign, because it means the phone automatically switched to the frequency band of the U.S. carrier.[/FONT]
 
#14
I'm pretty confident Samina will learn that LGG's phone will not work with Verizon. When your friend was stateside, she was probably roaming on [FONT=arial, helvetica]the AT&T, Cingular, Nextel or T-Mobile network. If she did not have to change any menu settings to roam, that would be a good sign, because it means the phone automatically switched the the frequency band of the U.S. carrier.[/FONT]
I think your are right and the phone will probably not work with Verizon. I don't know if my friend had to make any menu changes or not.
 

samina

Well-Known Member
#18
I do know that a UK RAZR phone will work in the US. I have a friend who was here recently and it worked fine when we called each other. Now, if the phone works on the Verizon network is the $64,000 question. :wink: Good luck sam!!!
well that's promising...

i stopped at the Verizon location, but it turned out to be an office site, no retail. will call them to ask...
 

samina

Well-Known Member
#19
I'm pretty confident Samina will learn that LGG's phone will not work with Verizon. When your friend was stateside, she was probably roaming on [FONT=arial, helvetica]the AT&T, Cingular, Nextel or T-Mobile network. If she did not have to change any menu settings to roam, that would be a good sign, because it means the phone automatically switched to the frequency band of the U.S. carrier.[/FONT]
dang
 

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