Ok, heres the thing. I have had t-mobile in the past. I would use the Wifi (UMA) to make/receive calls. I was informed that on at&t it wouldn't work and it is because on non-branded t-mobile phones, this feature is turned off. Wouldn't that mean if you had, lets say for example, an unlocked t-mobile branded 8900 Curve being used on the at&t network, that UMA calls should work?
I know there are many t-mobile branded 8900 users out there using it on at&t. Can you guys verify this?
UMA won't work on ATT because, as stated above, it is not offered by ATT. UMA works by basically sending data to T-mobile servers to take use voice. There's no way to get it to work with ATT unless they start to offer it.
O ok, thanks for the info blackops, ace587, and intoflatlines. It answers my q. I really appreciate it . I just figured id see if it would work and if so, to help out myself and of course our beloved CB community . Thanks again guys.
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