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Topic # 4934 11-Sep-2005 02:28
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Many people said imported 3G phone may not fully compatible in NZ, such functions like TV streaming will work. I followed the GPRS, WAP setting on Voda site, then I got V LIVE! straight away on web browser with all the 3G links. Cool it is!!! My V1050 is Euro model from Portugal.

I wonder if other imported V800, Z600 or 6680 can also work perfectly in NZ.

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Reply # 19943 11-Sep-2005 12:30
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I know the imported V800 Z800 does not!



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  Reply # 19945 11-Sep-2005 13:27
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johnr: I know the imported V800 Z800 does not!


How about a V800 imported from Euro?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 19949 11-Sep-2005 14:01
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Its still imported



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Reply # 19950 11-Sep-2005 14:08
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johnr: Its still imported

I think these are some diffencs between Asian imported and Euro imported, depends on how thoes people flash and unlock the phone
but not sure........

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Reply # 19953 11-Sep-2005 14:20
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Well I am sure thats why I gave that answer



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Reply # 19954 11-Sep-2005 16:14
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3G is bit tricky here, I'm still interested to know the compatibility of other imported phone, such as 6680, Z500 and V600

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  Reply # 19957 11-Sep-2005 18:39
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The imported Nokia 6680 works fine, My friend has one

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  Reply # 19960 12-Sep-2005 01:27
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Can anybody (johnr?) tell me why Vodafone actually release different 3G phones in different countries? Over here in Europe they have quite a few additional models, what actually determines what models will be released where?

The Sharps are quite cool but bulky and even have video out on the side!





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  Reply # 20003 13-Sep-2005 12:28
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