I stopped using my old cell phone, so went to ATNT and did it.
But I still use it as a clock.
Does it mean that I'm still using it and being charged?? ( $0 so far though :haha: )
help appreciated :angel: :wavey:
(yeah it may be a stupid question :tape: but am curious :lol: )
Mar 16th, 2012, 03:33 AM
I think you just used the expensive digital clock :oh:
Mar 16th, 2012, 03:54 AM
I'm curious about that, too. In the U.S., supposedly a noncontract cell phone should still be able to make an emergency call to 911, so if it can do that without a monthly charge, shouldn't the clock also work?
Oh, wait, I just noticed this is an ancient thread. :haha:
Mar 16th, 2012, 04:54 AM
you guys :lol: yeah edificio, isn't it curious though? :lol:
Mar 16th, 2012, 05:08 AM
you man about the Ancient thread? :lol:
If I'm not wrong, 911 isn't only number you can called from cell phone without contract or without SIM card, I think there are 08 and 112 too :scratch:
Mar 16th, 2012, 05:29 AM
Mar 16th, 2012, 01:07 PM
112 is based for all cell phone for be able to dial at any condition (except run out of battery and land with no phone signal of course :lol:) with any types of phone, CDMA, GSM or WCDMA.
08 I found out when I locked my keypad when I'm still using Siemens M55 (or even Nokia 3310) then I pressed on the number and it's on.
911 someone already said, so I don't have to repeat it :p
all these numbers you can dial even when you locked your keypad (except you are using touchscreen phone of course :lol:), or locked your phone with password ;)
but 08 isn't always on for all conditions, and I'm still not sure why only this one :shrug: