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Topic # 152336 23-Sep-2014 21:34
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Hi guys,

I have a friend visiting from China soon.

My question is:

If my friend purchased a decent smartphone over there then gave it to me. Would I be able to use it here in New Zealand on Vodafone 4G (or others)...

Cheers
Kohn Jea



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  Reply # 1135017 23-Sep-2014 21:45
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As long as it is unlocked and supports the required bands/frequencies for your preferred network here, sure, I don't see why not.




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  Reply # 1135018 23-Sep-2014 21:47
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See if they can get you a genuine iPhone 7, I hear they're coming out first in China...

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  Reply # 1135044 23-Sep-2014 22:34
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3g frequencies (NOT gsm) in MHz
Voda 900 & 2100
2d 900 & 2100
Spark 850 & 2100

I think

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