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Topic # 114274 14-Feb-2013 13:04
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I am just wanting to know if anyone has a Nexus 4 running on Telecoms Network. My dad took his new Nexus 4 to get a microsim into a telecom store and they told them they could not connect to the mobile Internet on it.

And then mention that because of this they cannot switch old simcard phone number  to new microsim.

Not sure of the details exactly but does this sound about right.

Thanks in advance,


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  Reply # 762235 14-Feb-2013 13:07
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Does it support 3G / WCDMA on 850Mhz?

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  Reply # 762254 14-Feb-2013 13:31
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Hi Rod,

The nexus 4 should work fine on telecom. I am currently using one right now.
It seems they were not familiar with the device. Pm if you would like me to try
Sort this out for you.

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  Reply # 762399 14-Feb-2013 15:42
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Works perfectly. Better than the Galaxy S i9000T for reception in fact. They are incorrect in saying it won't work.

All you need to do is enter APN settings if they dont appear automatically - although mine did.

I'm in the process of updating mine to 4.2.2 as i type.

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  Reply # 762408 14-Feb-2013 15:56
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Thanks exactly what I was thinking. Obviously the guy that my dad was talking to did not know what he is doing



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  Reply # 762699 15-Feb-2013 00:31
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Out of curiosity, what APN should I have other than telecom MMS and telecom default? Mines working fine, I just stuffed the SIM in and away it went, hopefully your experience is the same, OP.

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  Reply # 763334 16-Feb-2013 08:34
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I moved with my Nexus 4 from 2D to Telecom and all APN and MMS settings appeared automatically (presumably loaded on the SIM)


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  Reply # 763345 16-Feb-2013 09:20
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Its working fine now, I think my Dad just got the wrong person the first time and did not know how to do his job.

So it is working fine on telecom.

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