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b0untypure1

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#40809 3-Sep-2009 20:12
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hi people, i hope somebady out there can help me.
i punched my phone and smashed the screen.... it was a samsung n391 so its acceptable lol
i need help purchasing a new phone.
-looking at samsung f480t
is f480 and f480t different?
i want a phone that can work on all these networks TELECOM XT, VODAFONE, 2 DEGREES.
will this phone do it?
also, do i need the 480 or 480t? 
please help.
thanks heaps




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  #253028 3-Sep-2009 21:13
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There is no difference in these phones sold by telecom for the xt network, also these phones will work on the other networks no unlocking required, telecom has both the silver and pink

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  #253029 3-Sep-2009 21:13
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With thread title like that not much will come your way

What basic research have you done?

 
 
 
 


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  #253030 3-Sep-2009 21:15
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thanks n00dy, u own




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  #253035 3-Sep-2009 21:27
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I think there are two different versions of the F480, one is 2100Mhz only, the other is 850/2100Mhz.


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  #253037 3-Sep-2009 21:29
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cool thanks.
ill make sure i purchase the right one =]




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#253054 3-Sep-2009 22:28
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I have changed the title in this discussion. Why can't people write a meaningful topic?




 

 

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