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#83694 20-May-2011 15:24
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http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-MOTOROLA-CLIQ-DEXT-MB200-5MP-WIFI-GPS-SMART-PHONE-/150592170846?pt=Cell_Phones&hash=item230ffe2b5e

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  #471619 20-May-2011 15:27
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It depends on what network you want to use it...




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  #471621 20-May-2011 15:28
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Sorry! Was looking at Telecom XT network

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  #471626 20-May-2011 15:36
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The auction states:
'HSDPA 900 / 1700 / 2100
HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100 - American version'

The 'American Version' should work on XT everywhere (although you'll probably need to configure internet/MMS settings manually).

The other version may work in the main city centres, but there's no guarantee.



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  #471642 20-May-2011 16:08
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It's pretty old. Released October 2009. Only running Android 1.5. (Can apparently have 2.2 hacked onto it)

http://www.gsmarena.com/motorola_dext_mb220-2934.php

If it's a CLIQ then it's probably the version that'll work on XT (850Mhz)

If it's a DEXT then it's probably the 900Mhz (Vodafone/2Degrees version)

You'd be better off looking for something newer.




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  #471655 20-May-2011 16:29
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The photos show a T-Mobile logo so it's probably the 900/1700/2100 version.

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  #471673 20-May-2011 17:33
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You're better off buying an LG P500 locally I think.




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  #471675 20-May-2011 17:36
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is an lg any good though? was just looking for a phone that has a keyboard as well as the touch screen



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  #471676 20-May-2011 17:40
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How much have you got to spend? 

I don't really see the appeal of a physical keyboard, I came from a Nokia 6120c to the Samsung Galaxy S and adapted to the Swype keyboard very rapidly. Now I find it insanely fast compared to using physical buttons and I was using predictive before.  




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  #471680 20-May-2011 17:48
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I love my p500.... that's all I'll say!

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  #471682 20-May-2011 17:55
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Why not just go to a Telecom store and get a LG here, with insurance, ready to work, tested?





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