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Will this phone roam in the USA?
Hii guys, quick question. GF is going to the states in a couple of days and the only phone I have to lend her is a Nokia 6610i
Will she be able to use this to roam in the States?
Depends where she is and who she's roaming with. While the USA uses 1900 GSM in places AT&T use 850 GSM.
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Yes phone will work in the US
She's goin to LA & Vegas. Don't know who she'd roam with though.
John, does Vodafone support automatic romaing for prepay in the states? Any particular networks?
Yes camel (prepay) roaming is in the US for Vodafone NZ customers
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