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Topic # 8181 10-Jun-2006 13:04
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Im currently using the tx95c but it way out of date, i really like these lines of phone but all the model ups seem to have something wrong with them. The tx160c however looks really good but i have no idea if it is coming to NZ or when. Would anyone have any information on this? I dont read mobile new sources but like everyone else in nz i sure love using the phones! What do you guys think about this model? The only thing i didnt really like about the tx130c was its lack of a little screen on the front for checking time and stuff and i dont think walking around with the face turned inside-out in your pocket would be great for it.

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Reply # 38108 10-Jun-2006 13:10
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Its looks like a very good phone. Verizon have it but not Sprint which means it most likely wont make it to NZ as we get Spints phones



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Reply # 38109 10-Jun-2006 13:53
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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Is there any way to get it from overseas and still have it work here? im sure i see heaps of asain student with leet fones that ive never seen before.



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Reply # 38119 10-Jun-2006 15:43
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what just happened?

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Reply # 38121 10-Jun-2006 15:59
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Goten475: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Is there any way to get it from overseas and still have it work here? im sure i see heaps of asain student with leet fones that ive never seen before.

You cannot connect an imported CDMA phone to Telecoms network. And all those 'leet' phones will be GSM ones that can be happily imported and connected to Vodafone
what just happened?

I had some pc issues and i accidentily posted nothing

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Reply # 38122 10-Jun-2006 16:00
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he posted an empty post.

those l337 phones will all be GSM mobiles.

No imported CDMA stuff will work, at all. Sorry. There is currently no legal way around this (or a practicable and cheap illegal way for that matter).

If you want an 027 phone, you must buy from Telecom (or a secondhand phone that was also bought from Telecom NZ)




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Reply # 38124 10-Jun-2006 16:05
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bradstewart: I had some pc issues and i accidentily posted nothing

[ot] You dont need pc issues for that brad.... :-P [/ot]




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Reply # 38125 10-Jun-2006 16:17
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Oh, well thanks for the help. Damn, i hope tx160c finds its way here.

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Reply # 38126 10-Jun-2006 16:21
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Yeah, I wouldnt cross your fingers too tightly

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