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Well.. The carphone worked for a few days, but the service has been disconnected.. I can't find anyone that'll hook me up with this Analog phone - so I guess I'll be removing it from the car.. That sucks.. What better hands-free system is there than the one that comes with your car?! What do I do now? Get a sticky-thing and hook up my stupid cell-phone? Yeah, that'll look classy...

Is there any provider out there that still feels it's a good idea to service car phones?!
 

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Verizon still services analog. Onstar system uses an analog phone. ATT still supports Analog along with their TDMA service. I am thinking you can simply upgrade your car phone to a motorola TDMA version which will work with ATT TDMA digital or analog.

Also Nokia makes a box that is a tri-mode GSM/GPRS model.
 
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