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Topic # 7147 23-Mar-2006 07:48
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Hey guyz can I take the SIM card  out  of  my  Boost  phone  and  put  it  in  my  nextel
phone and make it like a boost mobil phone my boost phone is a I450 & my nextel is a

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Reply # 31352 23-Mar-2006 09:22
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I don't think so. The Nextel is not a GSM network and I think their handsets are SIM locked.

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Reply # 31355 23-Mar-2006 09:28
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Nextel is an IDEN network - the only one in the world I think.


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Reply # 31356 23-Mar-2006 09:34
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They only have one model that works as a IDEN and GSM phone to allow roaming, and it's the Motorola i930 Windows Mobile Smartphone. Even that one is SIM locked.

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