I have a Motorola KRZR & I am in Phoenix. I activated TNT45 yesterday.

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 I activated TNT45 yesterday. I don't get a signal why ?
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Is that the KRZR K1  flip phone?
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Yup, I like the simple things in life.... no need to have the latest or greatest when it serves me just fine.... except in this case. 6 yrs. & no troubles...but it might be time to upgrade.... do you think the company that sold me this phone might warn you that they can't provide a service before they sell it to you ???  I do.
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I don't. By your own admission, you've had six years of trouble free service. It's unlikely anyone could have predicted the shutdown of the CDMA network when you purchased this phone six years ago. It's time for an upgrade. If you're looking for a similar device, check out the Alcatel OneTouch A392A.

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Just a reminder: TNT45 (or any other travel package) just gives you a savings on your use, it would not change connectivity. In other words, you don't need a special package to connect to the offshore network, but having one reduces your costs considerably.