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Topic # 29002 18-Dec-2008 21:41
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Hey,

I'm thinking about getting the Motorola Q9, but there seem to be 2 versions of it I can buy:

Motorola Q9 and Motorola Q9h
http://www.gsmarena.com/motorola_q_q9-1871.php

I want to use it on the Telecom WCDMA network when it becomes available, but on Vodafone until it comes available, and i've looked at the specifications on a few websites and it seems to be the Q9h that will work on Telecom WCDMA but came here to make sure I bought the right one :)
Does anyone know which one is able to use the Telecom WCDMA network, and Vodafone until Telecom WCDMA is released (if possible)

Thanks.

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  Reply # 185055 19-Dec-2008 05:53
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hmmm looks like the q9h global is the one will be supported by the telecom new wcdma? that's a weird selection for bands tho for a phone most would have 850/900/2100 Undecided



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  Reply # 185164 19-Dec-2008 16:02
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Thanks.
So is the Q9h the same as Q9h global?
All these different names for the same phone get confusing :p

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