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Answered 2010-02-19 17:21:05

Sorry, you can't. Hopefully someone will invent that sooner or later!

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Technically speaking, a Cingular phone can be used with T-Mobile, as you only need to switch the SIM card. However, the phone may be locked to Cingular, in which you need to unlock it to be used with another GSM network.


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