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  Reply # 647195 27-Jun-2012 19:28
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Samsung galaxy s2 i9100, currently on 2 degrees 3g will it work perfectly with xt /skinny 3g?

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  Reply # 647222 27-Jun-2012 20:25
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everybodylovesfebs: Samsung galaxy s2 i9100, currently on 2 degrees 3g will it work perfectly with xt /skinny 3g?


It should work, Galaxy S II is WCDMA 850MHz compatible.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 647533 28-Jun-2012 11:47
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everybodylovesfebs: Samsung galaxy s2 i9100, currently on 2 degrees 3g will it work perfectly with xt /skinny 3g?


Hi

The best thing to do is to get the IMEI for your phone (on most phones just dial *#06#) and put it into the widget at this site

http://www.skinny.co.nz/2374_EN-Help-Will_my_Phone_Work.htm

This will tell you if it is compatible.,

cheers

Paul


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