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  Reply # 817355 14-May-2013 12:41
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ajobbins: The T-Mobile website says they use 1700/1900 together for UMTS - which means any phones sold for NZ/AU markets won't work on 3G

 
T-Mo AWS uses 1700 / 2100 .  New 3g deployments are  1900.  Most Telecom NZ smartfones do the 1900 band




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  Reply # 817371 14-May-2013 13:06
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My daugther is using a VF purchased Nexus S over there on TMO and it works fine with 3G.




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