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Topic # 29953 24-Jan-2009 09:42
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Title says it all, can you get a Symbian S60 based Nokia device on Telecom's current network or do we have to wait for June, or go red??




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  Reply # 191760 24-Jan-2009 10:15
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No S60 CDMA phones now.

So yes your choices are wait, or go red. :)

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  Reply # 191777 24-Jan-2009 11:49
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Even if Nokia decided to make one, which I doubt, I don't think it would ever make it here.

By the time it was available, Telecoms new network would be in full swing and they would probably not be selling new CDMA handsets.

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