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Old 05-16-2005, 06:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question switching between BB7520 & I95Cl

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Is it possible to switch the SIMS between the BB7520 & the I95cl without having any problems going back the BB7520 after a couple of days or so? Will I have to reregister the BB7520 or will everything still be fine. Just wondering because I do not need to take my BB with me when I go hunting so I would like to use the I95cl.
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Old 05-16-2005, 09:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Everything will be fine.

Just understand that the 7520 contacts are stored in the BB itself and i95 contacts are stored in the SIM card.
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Old 05-20-2005, 09:08 AM   #3 (permalink)
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If your going hunting you need to take the i860 so then you can atleast get a picture of what you was trying to shoot to go along with the stories
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Ok I have a question why take a phone at all when you go hunting? I have never taken my phone into the woods with me. That just sounds like being to addicted and I am the worlds worst at being addicted. But I just refuse to take a noise maker to the woods with me granted its in my truck a few thousand yards from my stand.
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In my home town in Indiana it's a 100dollar fine if your hunting and dont have a cell phone with you, just incase you get hurt or god forbid acidently shoot someone else while hunting there isnt a 20minutes wait while you run to the next available house to call.
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I guess if you cant afford a cell phone you cant hunt. And I guess you better hope there is service where you hunt.



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In my home town in Indiana it's a 100dollar fine if your hunting and dont have a cell phone with you, just incase you get hurt or god forbid acidently shoot someone else while hunting there isnt a 20minutes wait while you run to the next available house to call.
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No, DNR has thoes emergency phones they give you when you get your license for i think an additional 2 dollars that you can only dial 911 on.
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wow thats a nice deal a 2 dollar phone
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But you pay out your @$$ for the hunting license, most ppl dont leave without 5 or so license or so,so ususally a 200+ bill on the license alone.
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wow yearly license here is 10 bucks for a residents. Good for one calendar year.
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