Hide/Cloak hacked iPhone existance from Carrier (AT&T) : Possible?
I have a activated iPhone which I am using with my Cingular SIM card and my old plan. Everything is fine I can make/recieve calls and i switched to Media Max 200 and therefore have unlimited edge.
I logged onto my account today and in my cellphone it showed that I was using an iPhone. I of course panicked and changed it back to my SLVR and called support where I told them about how I found it weird that it showed an iPhone when I am using a SLVR and it is impossible I am using an iPhone since it is not available in my area. (My number is from Puerto Rico, which ATT im sure wants to charge more (read: rape) for the phone there, therefore it has not been released there, and you can actually not even -activate- the iPhone with a Puerto Rico number)
My question is this. Is there any way to hide the fact that I am using an iPhone and pretend I am using my SLVR? Something similar to a Mac Address clone for networking equipment or a User Agent change for browsers?
Some extra tidbit of info, the AT&T customer service person told me that they were planning on forcing those who appear with iPhones in the system to switch to the iPhone plans. Which I wont do. therefore my question. happy hacking!