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Topic # 138718 14-Jan-2014 17:09

Hi there, i hope someone can help me! Warning, i dont know much about this kind of thing. Bottom line of what im wanting to know is if they work on any nz network? After talking to Telecom they said it wont work for internet. Any information would be great! Thanks :)

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  Reply # 967028 14-Jan-2014 18:36 Send private message

A quick check on GSM Arena shows the following:

2G Network     GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network     HSDPA 900 / 2100

Should work on Voda/2Deg

Ref: http://www.gsmarena.com/htc_touch_diamond2-2689.php

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  Reply # 967044 14-Jan-2014 19:01 Send private message

It won't work on Telecom NZ. It should work on Vodafone and 2degrees as above.






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  Reply # 967047 14-Jan-2014 19:15

great thank you! i will sell it then :) must not be very popular phones as i cant find any other ones for sale in nz after a small search

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  Reply # 967048 14-Jan-2014 19:16 Send private message

They are pretty old now (five years) and Windows Mobile 6 has been out of the market for almost four years.





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  Reply # 967688 15-Jan-2014 17:39 Send private message

please let us know how much you are able to get for it



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  Reply # 967749 15-Jan-2014 19:54

i have no idea how much to ask for it?? seeing its a pretty old phone ^.

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  Reply # 969438 18-Jan-2014 18:58 Send private message

Hehe is this what you are looking for?




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  Reply # 969504 18-Jan-2014 22:11

yep looks the same but im not looking for one, looking to get rid of the one i have :)

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  Reply # 969536 19-Jan-2014 07:24 Send private message

$1 no reserve, let the market speak

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