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Topic # 81729 17-Apr-2011 17:43 Send private message

Can someone tell me please if Optus Australia uses the same frequency as Vodafone or is equivalent to Telecom?

 

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  Reply # 459824 17-Apr-2011 18:48 Send private message

Vodafone and 2degrees, not Telecom. But a handset from Optus may be locked if you're thinking of bringing one here.




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  Reply # 459830 17-Apr-2011 18:52 Send private message

If you mean, do they use 850 MHz or 900 MHz GSM and UMTS frequency bands, they use 900 Mhz.


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  Reply # 459831 17-Apr-2011 18:53 Send private message

Optus use 900/2100 for UMTS






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  Reply # 459836 17-Apr-2011 19:14 Send private message

Thanks

Was looking at bringing in an Optus  MyPad ZTE V9 from Dick Smith there. I'm guessing it will be locked?

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  Reply # 459844 17-Apr-2011 19:38 Send private message

Virtually every device purchased from a carrier is locked in Aussie.

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