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    never had this issue with any gsm-phone before:

    we got several gsm providers here in town on all frequencies.

    being loged in with my home provider (gsm 900), the signal regularely suddenly switches to a gsm 1800 service.

    wouldnt mind this, if there wouldnt be the roaming fees ...

    a P1 explanation is: a weaker signal would initiate the roaming.

    what a nonsense. I live in the middle of this multimillionmetropolis and never ever had a weak signal with other phones. the strength-meter always shows full signal force.

    this is ridiculous if the phone is not even able to be locked with the manually selected provider.

    a help is, when the phone switches again, to type

    #*900#

    anyway, disappointed, confused, surprised that such a phone doesnt deliver such a basic service.
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    Who is your provider? In the new Cingular phones, the 64K chip has some sort of enhanced network selection software, and if I had your problem I would be calling Cingular, since it seems its the SIM that determines that, not the palmOne device.
    Cingular Treo 650
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZBoater
    Who is your provider? In the new Cingular phones, the 64K chip has some sort of enhanced network selection software, and if I had your problem I would be calling Cingular, since it seems its the SIM that determines that, not the palmOne device.
    he's in thailand....there's no cingular over there
    treo 650: on my hand nya nya nya!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolwol
    he's in thailand....there's no cingular over there
    oops. Gives "world phone" its true meaning!
    Cingular Treo 650
    Click here to see what's loaded on my Treo 650
    Do you like my dog? Visit his website!!!

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