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# 40744 2-Sep-2009 18:56
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Hi there

i am about to get E75 but found out there two different versions. for now i will be using vodafone prepay or mega20 vodafone plan. wont be doing 3G all the time. in future i may change over to XT. so which version am i better of with? US version or the one in vodafone stores.

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  # 252773 2-Sep-2009 22:32
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The US Version (E75-3) will work on 2G and 2100mhz 3G on Vodafone and then 850/2100mhz 3G on XT when you change over.

Telecom sells the E75-3 so no need to get one in from a parallel importer.

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  # 252775 2-Sep-2009 22:38
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Best one for the Vodafone NZ 3G network is E71-1 900 / 2100 3G

But all 3 will work on vodafone NZ in some way


 
 
 
 




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  # 252776 2-Sep-2009 22:39
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johnr: Best one for the Vodafone NZ 3G network is E71-1 900 / 2100 3G

But all 3 will work on vodafone NZ in some way



why isnt N75 the best for vodafone?

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