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Topic # 94377 9-Dec-2011 08:54 Send private message

Hi guys,

I was going to buy a tablet from the US that has these specs:

HSPA + @ 2100/1900/AWS/850 - Quad Band

Just wanted to see if it will work with Vodafone and/or 2degrees?

Thanks 

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  Reply # 555788 9-Dec-2011 09:26 Send private message

You need 900 for nationwide coverage, although 2100 will work in cities.

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  Reply # 555815 9-Dec-2011 10:06 Send private message

The Vodafone NZ coverage maps shows where 3G 900/2100 coverage is deployed

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/coverage/

Orange 3G extended 900mhz
Red 3G 2100mhz

John




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  Reply # 555817 9-Dec-2011 10:10 Send private message

personally, i wont bother if it does not have 900 coverage





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  Reply # 555821 9-Dec-2011 10:14 Send private message

nakedmolerat: personally, i wont bother if it does not have 900 coverage

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Be like buying a car with a radio that only works when you're on a motorway. 

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  Reply # 556128 9-Dec-2011 22:08 Send private message

Or one set to Japanese frequencies only.

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