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urbanassasin

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#47210 10-Nov-2009 19:50
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Hi , last couple of days ive spent testing phones im making a list of mobiles which can run on all networks, didnt realise there were any, guess now we dont have to be locked to one network, please add others if you come across them,

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Sony Ericsson V640i(this is old to , lol )
T900

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  #271798 10-Nov-2009 19:55
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You shouldn't assume 2100 MHz phone are ok for Telecom XT. The network is 850MHz WCDMA - it does have some 2100 MHz coverage but it's very small.

Those phones won't work on Telecom XT.




 

 

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  #271799 10-Nov-2009 20:01
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A V640i is not for the XT network

 
 
 
 


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  #271822 10-Nov-2009 20:41
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My Telecom R6 will do all NZ frequencies except UTMS/WCDMA 900!





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  #271831 10-Nov-2009 21:01
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So it's not for all NZ frequencies.

Folks, I will lock this thread because it's obvious this is going nowhere since there isn't a handset that works in all as stated.




 

 

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