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Topic # 114335 16-Feb-2013 11:41
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probably a dumb question ...

i am using an LG P500 on a vodafone plan
when i search for available networks i see vodafone and sometimes nzcomms

with my wife's iphone (from the same location) i can see vodafone telecom and 3 degrees

so why does the vodafone mobile not show the telecom network?



actually this is part of a bigger question

i have an airtel sim card from india
which works in my LG when i am in india
but cannot connect to a network when i am in nz

i have a vague idea that telecom provides roaming services for international sim cards??

can anyone help me out here?
thanks!

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  Reply # 763381 16-Feb-2013 11:47
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http://www.gsmarena.com/lg_optimus_one_p500-3516.php

It doesn't to HSPDA (3G) 850 which is what Telecom's network is.

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  Reply # 763385 16-Feb-2013 11:51
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Your LG is probably just 900/2100 MHz WCDMA (Vodafone), which doesn't match the 850/2100 MHz WCDMA used by Telecom. The iPhone on the other hand supports all bands used by local operators (850/900/1900/2100 WCDMA).






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  Reply # 763414 16-Feb-2013 13:34
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ok, got it, thanks guys

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