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    AT&T Blackberry 9630 can be used on a CDMA network?

    I bought a Blackberry 9630 on AT&T , Can I switch to a CDMA network ? Where can I get the SPC code of this phone on CDMA network ? Such as Verion ,the default SPC code is "000000".

    Could some help me ? thanks in advance ...I am not in US



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    The 9630 is a CDMA device, where as AT&T is a GSM carrier.
    Last edited by sunkast; 03-02-2010 at 12:55 AM.

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    I beleive by default they all have an SPC code of 000000, however, the carrier can change it to whatever they want. This may be a long shot but you can try calling the carrier who supported the phone in the first place. The odds of them giving up that number is slim, but worth a shot. I know for my CDMA carrier, the SPC code is also 000000.



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    Quote Originally Posted by newyeskaron View Post
    I bought a Blackberry 9630 on AT&T , Can I switch to a CDMA network ? Where can I get the SPC code of this phone on CDMA network ? Such as Verion ,the default SPC code is "000000".

    Could some help me ? thanks in advance ...I am not in US
    There is no 9630 for at&t. You may want to double check the model number.. if you have a 9630 unlocked working on at&t yes it will work on VZW, if it is a GSM based phone then it will not work on CDMA carriers

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    I believe you have a 9700 device. Not a 9630. The 9700 will only run on GSM carriers like AT&T. You cannot use the 9700 on Verizon unfortunately. Trust me I would own one if you could



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