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Topic # 4654 14-Aug-2005 10:37
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Hi, now that Vodafone(nz) has launched 3g i am looking at buying a new phone. I am a fan of Nokia phones so i will stick to that brand. I am trying to choose between the 6680 or wait for the N70.

Does anyone know if the N70 will function on NZ Vodafone as the 6680??. Looks like it's very similar but has better camera and a few other minor features.

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  Reply # 18316 14-Aug-2005 12:00
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Both handsets are very good and yes both will work on the voda 3G network not sure about the N70 on Vlive (part access)



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  Reply # 18317 14-Aug-2005 12:12
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Thanks John - i'm looking forward to Vodafone 3g goodness.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 18318 14-Aug-2005 12:14
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Its all good so far ignore the nzherald article its written by sponge bob

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