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Topic # 108839 6-Sep-2012 18:02 Send private message


Looking at the two phone's it says they have penta band LTE .


LTE 800/1800/2600/900/2100

So are these phones compatible with Telstra's AU 4G network.

It has 1800 MHZ , but I remember someone saying that Australia and New Zealand run APAC LTE .

Assuming if telecom also run LTE 1800 MHZ , it should work on their network aswell ?






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  Reply # 682538 6-Sep-2012 20:14 Send private message

Vodafone NZ's LTE network will be 1800Mhz when it launches in NZ so this will be comaptible.

Word is Telecom will be using a combination of 2600 and 1800, but since they'll be some time behind Vodafone at getting to market things could easily change.

NZ will be using the APAC 700MHz band, of which there isn't yet any mass market devices yet, because there aren't anything beyond trial networks.




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  Reply # 682540 6-Sep-2012 20:20 Send private message

Thanks for that :)




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