1. dloreski's Avatar
    I just switched to AT&T for a 9700.
    The second phone on a VZW contract is a Motorola Razr.
    Can this phone be used on AT&T's network?
    02-19-10 12:54 PM
  2. Totalimmortal363's Avatar
    No. It will not work on AT&T
    02-19-10 01:00 PM
  3. dloreski's Avatar
    Is that because it doesn't take a sim card?
    02-19-10 01:01 PM
  4. Xpimp's Avatar
    Different technology it just wont work
    02-19-10 01:02 PM
  5. Totalimmortal363's Avatar
    Correct, it also operates on a completely different network.
    02-19-10 01:02 PM
  6. dloreski's Avatar
    Thanks guys!
    02-19-10 01:05 PM
  7. pkcable's Avatar
    Certain Verizon phones CAN work on ATT, that is, smart phones that are what Verizon calls "world" phones, and have both CDMA and GSM radios in them, such as the 8830, Storm & Tour lines. (and some Winmo phones)
    02-19-10 03:16 PM
  8. dloreski's Avatar
    Certain Verizon phones CAN work on ATT, that is, smart phones that are what Verizon calls "world" phones, and have both CDMA and GSM radios in them, such as the 8830, Storm & Tour lines. (and some Winmo phones)
    I knew I heard something about that somewhere!
    Anyone have an idea of the best place to get a new Razr?
    I checked Motorola site and they wanted around $130. I think they're going for around $80 on ebay.
    02-19-10 03:57 PM
  9. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    Certain Verizon phones CAN work on ATT, that is, smart phones that are what Verizon calls "world" phones, and have both CDMA and GSM radios in them, such as the 8830, Storm & Tour lines. (and some Winmo phones)
    8830 won't work on AT&T (or any other North American GSM carrier). It only works on the GSM frequencies overseas.
    02-19-10 04:01 PM
  10. asianmafia1121's Avatar
    Does AT&T have any "World" phones with GSM and CDMA, so they could work in Korea, where they use CDMA? hahaha not likely, just curious if it goes both ways
    02-22-10 09:12 PM
  11. Mister Xiado's Avatar
    No AT&T branded devices support CDMA, since CDMA isn't used worldwide, and AT&T's focus on using GSM is geared towards people using their phones while on vacation or business abroad.
    02-23-10 11:42 AM
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