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Topic # 4414 15-Jul-2005 19:36 Send private message

help ,, rec'd gift sony ericsson Z500a , it is tri-band 850 / 1800 / 1900 GSM came unlocked vodafone runs on 900,,,any way to up grade from 850 to 900

any help appreciated.... newbie (great site)

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Reply # 16641 15-Jul-2005 19:55 Send private message

Welcome here... Sorry, but it's not possible to change the frequencies on phones. I take this one came from the US then?







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Reply # 16643 15-Jul-2005 20:29 Send private message

hi, yes this one came from usa,, its brand new , oh well ,
thank you for your help anyway.

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Reply # 16660 17-Jul-2005 11:03 Send private message

It will work great in Auckland city and other high traffic places in NZ where 1800 GSM sites are located but no good anywhere else.






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Reply # 16665 17-Jul-2005 11:59 Send private message

thank you for your replies,, they are lovely fones ,my partner used her one over in canada b4 coming back to nz and its a dream ,, so now we have 2 matching fones that only work in auckland city .. think i will try to sell they to someone going to usa ... again thank you.
this is a great site for information ,,have a great weekend

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