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Topic # 110295 7-Oct-2012 01:27 Send private message

I was under the impression these phones worked on xt aswell?  works no probs on voda, just thought I would put my telecom sim in as ive got more data to use on that, but is a no go.

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  Reply # 697336 7-Oct-2012 01:29 Send private message

Must have the model that does not support the 850Mhz 3G band

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  Reply # 697373 7-Oct-2012 09:15 Send private message

You need the I9000t to use it on Telecom. The I9000 is not compatible with Telecom

 

 



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  Reply # 697379 7-Oct-2012 09:37 Send private message

its the international phone so should be quad band meaning it does all of them. My S1 wasn't a T model but worked just needed to set it up




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  Reply # 697385 7-Oct-2012 09:54 Send private message

jeffnz: its the international phone so should be quad band meaning it does all of them. My S1 wasn't a T model but worked just needed to set it up


There isn't a quad UMTS band Galaxy S. The different models either support 850 or 900, not both.

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  Reply # 697395 7-Oct-2012 10:21 Send private message

I stand corrected, I must have been lucky with my S1




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  Reply # 697399 7-Oct-2012 10:35 Send private message

Your handset must of been connecting to a XT 3G 2100Mhz site or it was the correct modem for XT 3G 850Mhz

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