KIN Coming to a Bunch of Carriers?

Over at MobileCrunch a ROM hacker known as Conflipper has discovered system provisioning files for tons of other carriers. This does not mean that these carriers will definitely be picking up the KIN One or KIN Two, it just means their settings are in there. However it’s possible that other carriers might get their own versions of KIN phones someday.


T-Mobile (US)

Verizon (US)

Fido (Canada)

China Mobile

China Unicom

O2 (Germany)

T-Mobile (Germany)

Vodafone (Germany)

Vodafone (Spain)

Vodafone (France)

Vodafone (Portugal)

Vodafone (Italy)

DoCoMo (Japan)

Softbank (Japan)

Telia (Sweden)

Three (Sweden)

Orange (UK)

O2 (UK)

Vodafone (UK)

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