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Topic # 12343 12-Mar-2007 20:57
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Are there any Australian mobiles on the CDMA network that i would be able to bring back to New Zealand and transfer to telecoms?

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  Reply # 63502 12-Mar-2007 20:58
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No, none at all. It is not possible.









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  Reply # 63503 12-Mar-2007 21:03
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is there any overseas phones?

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 63504 12-Mar-2007 21:13
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Nope, Never, No way... Not at all... They are highly customised for the country they are released in anyway so even if they could be "hooked up" they would not work.. in addition, almost all CDMA phones are "network locked" to the issuing network.

and Australian CDMA phones generally are rubbish anyway, They never really pushed the CDMA network over there, more as a long throw network for the people out in the hicks to get 200KM coverage.

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  Reply # 63506 12-Mar-2007 21:41
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The CDMA network in OZ is been turned off in Jan 08 so there will be even less choice soon

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