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  Reply # 538901 28-Oct-2011 22:08 Send private message

Regs:
freitasm: That's different from before. I'm sure that page showed quadband yesterday.


it definately showed quadband yesterday.  maybe they rejigged it cause they're launching a 'vodafone' variant first.  i wonder if it costs operators to have unused bands 'removed'...? 



Operating FrequencyOperating band
  • GSM 850
  • GSM 900
  • GSM 1800
  • GSM 1900
  • WCDMA Band V (850)
  • WCDMA Band I (2100)
  • WCDMA Band II (1900)
  • WCDMA Band VIII (900)

I'm so confused, they keep changing it?...  

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  Reply # 538910 28-Oct-2011 22:33 Send private message

reefshipping:
Regs:
freitasm: That's different from before. I'm sure that page showed quadband yesterday.


it definately showed quadband yesterday.  maybe they rejigged it cause they're launching a 'vodafone' variant first.  i wonder if it costs operators to have unused bands 'removed'...? 



Operating FrequencyOperating band
  • GSM 850
  • GSM 900
  • GSM 1800
  • GSM 1900
  • WCDMA Band V (850)
  • WCDMA Band I (2100)
  • WCDMA Band II (1900)
  • WCDMA Band VIII (900)

I'm so confused, they keep changing it?...  


Hopefully it's permanent now! I notice the German nokia site has also reverted back to quad band specs.
 

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