Posted 17 August 2007 - 05:21 PM
many Motorola phones are built with Sim card slots in them (actually many phones are built with them), out of my 7 phones (3 verizon, 2 cingular, 1 virgin, and 1 simple freedom. 2 Nokia, 1 LG, 1 Sony Ericsson, 2 Motorola, 1 Virgin(only god knows what it is)) I have in front of me 4 have sim card slots and only 1 uses them (my old Cingular Prepaid). If you chose to switch carriers you can carry that phone over to cingular at&t if you wish. Its made so that they can sell the same phone to many different carriers (including overseas) with few hard part changes over 1/2 of the options and settings are disabled from the factory for a given carrier (as they dont use them). All that really changes this phone from the regular SLVR L7 looks to be software (mainly carrier settings and junk like that) so the memory card should go in the side somewhere according to the pictures of both phones (ask Motorola for answers and you will get them)but not behind the battery the only cards that go behind the battery are SIM cards and GSM cards.
I run a Verizon Nokia 8015i on the Cingular network with the Sim card out of my Sony Ericsson (the charging port is messed up on the phone and i still have 1000 minutes left after that I'll just use my virgin mobile). Its not uncommon.