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Topic # 56824 25-Jan-2010 08:48
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Will a se xperia x1a work on vodafone's network? Or is it telecom only

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  Reply # 292826 25-Jan-2010 09:36
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What are the specs?

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  Reply # 292898 25-Jan-2010 15:54
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It'll work, but you won't get 3G unless you're in a 2100 MHz-supported city.


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  Reply # 292915 25-Jan-2010 17:14
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X1a only does 850/2100 3G which means you'll only get 3G in the major cities on Vodafone. It will work well on XT.

If you want a handset for Vodafone you really want a X1 which does 900/2100 3G and will give you nationwide 3G.

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