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Topic # 87060 18-Jul-2011 21:11
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Hey guys, Im new here so go easy haha

I want to buy a LG Opitmus 2x P990

Here is the website with the specs below

http://www.techtiger.co.nz/lg/27-lg-optimus-2x-p990.html

Network Band GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900, 3G 900, 3G 2100
 
Basically i want to know if it will work on Telecom XT. I live in Tauranga if that helps

Thanks alot in advance :)

Damien

 

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  Reply # 495006 18-Jul-2011 21:17
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Nope as the XT network is 100% 850mhz UMTS with some Infill 2100mhz UMTS for capacity

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  Reply # 495045 18-Jul-2011 22:23
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No. The majority of XT tower's are 850mhz UMTS..

You'll hear people say that they have 2100mhz UMTS towers, but those are simply to fill in area's where 850 isn't.

So basically, no. You need a phone that does 850mhz 3G.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 495049 18-Jul-2011 22:34
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Thanks alot

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