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I am pretty skeptical about this, sounds like false advertising. Cingular doesn’t have a network in Hungary, only roaming agreements with the local networks. According to this http://www.cingular.com/travelguide/coverage/coverage_details.jsp?CIDL=348&MNC=CING you could theoretically use a Cingular card/phone for data transfer, but A. it would be way too expensive and B. it wouldn’t _be_ Cingular, rather Pannon or T-Mobile (or Vodafone).
Anyone have a Cingular SIM card I could try out? Szolnok’s not that far away for me at least…
It’s really strange for me to think that in the US cell phone coverage is still such a big deal — i mean here we have essentially 100% coverage everywhere, even for 3G now. Small country, yes, but the other countries are covered similarly…
This is about data coverage not voice coverage. I think what’s of interest here is that as long as you can get on the network having a Cingular plan, you can get on the network. The point is that presumably in Minneapolis you can’t at all.