The HSDPA mini PCI Express module used is an Option GTM380 which is capable of a maximum of 7.2Mbps down and 2Mbps up.
I am surprised that Vodafone didn't go with the Option GTM382 which is available as a 900/2100MHz variant.
You would think that selling an 850MHz product in this region opens it up for customers to easily migrate to Telecom in NZ and Telstra in Aus.
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Comment by sbiddle, on 19-Dec-2008 15:07
Is the GTM382 actually available yet? I know Scott looked at one of these a few months ago and they weren't expecting release untuil later this year.
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