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Topic # 92818 7-Nov-2011 02:51 Send private message

My daughter just got a Huawei G7010 which was originally on 2deg network. We tried her Telecom XT sim and it operates ok but has Emergency access only come up on the screen and she cant txt or make calls.
Im not up with to much on these phones so just after some advise.
Im guessing this phone is locked to the 2deg network?
If it is locked is it easy to get it unlocked for XT?
If its not locked is there settings we can change to get it to register on the XT network?
Any help appretiated!

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  Reply # 541867 7-Nov-2011 05:19 Send private message

The Huawei G7010 is not a 3G phone so will no work on XT.

XT is 3G only.

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  Reply # 541878 7-Nov-2011 06:28 Send private message

This handset will never work on XT

Vodafone and 2Degrees only






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  Reply # 542210 7-Nov-2011 20:04 Send private message

Thanks for the replies much appretiated. Well that answered that question!
I gues my old Nokia 6275i wont work on 3G either Frown

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  Reply # 542211 7-Nov-2011 20:05 Send private message

XT is 850/2100mhz 3G only. The Huawei G7010 is GSM only, no 3G, so it won't work on XT.

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  Reply # 542236 7-Nov-2011 21:12 Send private message

dodgemnz: Thanks for the replies much appretiated. Well that answered that question!
I gues my old Nokia 6275i wont work on 3G either Frown


No that will not work either.

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