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# 213906 18-Apr-2017 14:51
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As the subject says. 

 

I'm currently carrying two phones, a work iPhone and a personal S7 Edge. I'd really rather not have to carry the iPhone (I know, first-world-problems).

 

I've done some hunting around and can find dual SIM trays for the S7/S7E on sale overseas, but not sure if the NZ version of the S7 Edge accepts one of these. I don't want to 'just try it' in case I break something!

 

Both are Vodafone, if that counts for anything.


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  # 1766824 18-Apr-2017 15:44
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No way it will accept the dual SIM tray

 

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  # 1767787 20-Apr-2017 10:57
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Buy a dual SIM version from a parallel importer. They're a good price now the S8 is out.

http://www.einfo.co.nz/catalogsearch/result/?cat=0&q=S7+dual

 
 
 
 


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  # 1781935 14-May-2017 15:11
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Can someone answer this RE Samsung Galaxy S7Edge dual sim (G935FD) used on Spark network.  Phone starts up on 4G but keeps switching from 4G/4G+, to H/H+.  It then won't switch back to 4G until restart.  Have searched forums, and while some comments are that dual sim causes problems, can't see anything specific.

 

Phone is parallel import bought from EInfotech on North Shore, who say phone should work fine.  Spark helpline didn't seem to know and suggested just turn 4G off, which doesn't address issue.

 

Is this a known issue?  If so is it due to the supported frequencies in the G935FD, or an issue with Spark 4G?  Thanks.


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  # 1782004 14-May-2017 17:07
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Spark did not sell dual SIM S7 edge

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