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Topic # 114887 6-Mar-2013 12:33
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Just got my 1-day email

http://www.1-day.co.nz/products/AFMFAUP02

Samsung SGS2 fones  "*****NOTE: Vodafone and 2 Degrees only, this model does not operate on WCDMA Band*******"

Refurbished but from where??




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  Reply # 775617 6-Mar-2013 12:35
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Something seems odd the S2 from Samsung supports WCDMA

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  Reply # 775618 6-Mar-2013 12:36
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Were SII USB 3.0?

I didn't realise that

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  Reply # 775619 6-Mar-2013 12:37
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The specs further down the page list 850/900/1900/2100 too!

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  Reply # 775621 6-Mar-2013 12:42
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dickytim: Were SII USB 3.0?

I didn't realise that


Apparently but only at USB 2.0 speeds :-p




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  Reply # 775631 6-Mar-2013 12:43
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Typical 1-Day cut and paste specs from a website and have NFI what they are selling!

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  Reply # 775639 6-Mar-2013 12:55
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Probably genuine ...

there's only one way to find out :)

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  Reply # 775640 6-Mar-2013 12:57
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Behodar: The specs further down the page list 850/900/1900/2100 too!


That list is GSM bands.

 NOTE: Vodafone and 2 Degrees only, this model does not operate on WCDMA Band


To me it sounds like the person loading the ad/specs failed to mention WCDMA 850, as clearly these handsets do support WCDMA, just not the Telecom 850 MHz band.





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  Reply # 775642 6-Mar-2013 12:58
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WCDMA = UMTS 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W-CDMA_(UMTS)

Not that it matters, they'll still sell out of stock shortly.






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  Reply # 775644 6-Mar-2013 13:02
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freitasm: That list is GSM bands.

"Cellular:Networks:          GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900, UMTS850 (B5), UMTS900 (B8), UMTS1900 (B2), UMTS2100 (B1)"

UMTS = WCDMA, i.e. not GSM.

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  Reply # 775646 6-Mar-2013 13:03
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Behodar:
freitasm: That list is GSM bands.

"Cellular:Networks:          GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900, UMTS850 (B5), UMTS900 (B8), UMTS1900 (B2), UMTS2100 (B1)"

UMTS = WCDMA, i.e. not GSM.


Yes, I know UMTS = WCDMA folks. I read the GSM bands and UMTS bands and obviously missed the B5 there.






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  Reply # 775653 6-Mar-2013 13:25
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Yeah, the "UMTS = WCDMA" was more for the benefit of others rather than you :)

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  Reply # 782341 15-Mar-2013 15:26
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Sounds fishy,best too avoid!!

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  Reply # 782352 15-Mar-2013 15:37
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rich2626: Sounds fishy,best too avoid!!


Your about 9 days late with this advice considering it was a 1 day deal!!!

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