I have a brand new Samsung SGH N625 that I'd like to sell on Ebay. I would hook it up myself but it would need to be unlocked in order for me to use it and that would probably cost about $100 but if I were to go with a plan from a local SP, I could get a brand new phone for free w/ a year unlimited service so I'd rather dump this one and just get connected locally. I don't know why I bought this phone in the first place, I probably paid close to $400 for it 3 years ago cause it was small and I thought it looked slick but I never did anything with it so I essentially wasted the money. Anyways, according to Ebay, this model phone is connected to a GSM 900/1900 frequency band. I know nothing about cell phones other than I want to sell this one, so I have a few questions... I assume, the reason I needed to get this current cell unlocked in order to get service for it, was because it must already be locked to a network like Cingular or whatever that's exclusive to the States, right? That would be the only logical reason? It's been about 3 years so I totally forget everything about this phone. I just want to make sure that whoever buys it through Ebay, will be able to connect and use it without any problems so I need to verify. I'd also like to know about the frequency bands because I have absolutely no idea what this means... obviously it refers to the area of coverage that the phone will function but I plugged this into Google and wasn't able to come up with anything for the specific geographic regions for this phone. I just want to be sure that whatever details I put in the listing are accurate so that I don't sound like a jackass and don't screw anyone over. Can anyone that knows anything about phones verify how I can check whether or not my cell phone is locked onto an SP and which one, and how I can confirm what regions this phone will function so that I dont end up selling it to some dude in Alaska who cant use it... GSM 900/1900 band should cover the entire United States, right? Anyways, if anyone can offer a little insight it'd be appreciated. And if anyone wants a brand new cell phone that I paid $400 US for and never even turned on... I'll send it to you for $70 US w/ the instruction manual, charger and car adapter. It's a pretty good looking phone. I'd even be willing to accept a few (3-4) DVD's in exchange for it! Thanks.