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Topic # 50166 23-Nov-2009 22:38
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Hi there, will the following HP PC with Integrated 3G HSUPA work with telecom Mobile broadband? and/or vodafone?

HP 6730b Core 2 Duo P8700 4GB 320 DVDRW 15.4 3G W7
Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 2.53GHz 15.4" Wide WSXGA+
1680x1050 1.3MP Webcam 4GB 320GB 7200 DVDRW SM DL
LS Intel 802.11abgn Integrated 3G HSUPA Bluetooth
2.0 FPR Windows 7 Professional

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  Reply # 275659 23-Nov-2009 22:49
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From the HP site "HP un2400 EV-DO/HSPA Mobile Broadband Module: Integrated mobile broadband module with Gobi global mobile Internet technology provides worldwide connection to both CDMA (EVDO) and UMTS (HSPA) networks. (NOTE: Separately purchased mobile network operator service is required. Two 850/900/1800/1900/2100 MHz antennas integrated in the top of the display panel support current and future WWAN technologies)" This is for the HP VZ215PA which is one of the 6730b models. Do you have the product code for the model you're looking at? Just in case there's a difference between models.




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  Reply # 275669 23-Nov-2009 23:21
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HEWLETT-PACKARD Code UPC
VX659PA 884962629710

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 275720 24-Nov-2009 09:00
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Same as above on that model.




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  Reply # 275736 24-Nov-2009 10:06
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So the answer to my question is YES?

Yes for Teleecom?

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  Reply # 275739 24-Nov-2009 10:20
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Thanks Mauricio & Stu.

Does it still require the sim card inserted in the laptop?

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  Reply # 275756 24-Nov-2009 11:29
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You can use it on telecom but you need to make the manual changes listed here and note that the HP connection manager doesn't work on XT so you need to create a dial up connection

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=36790

Will also work fine on Vodafones 2100 network but not on 900mhz

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