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Topic # 30144 29-Jan-2009 23:32
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does anyone have any ideas? would make some sense to release some phones and devices perhaps a month or so before network start up? perhaps marketing could give some heads up?

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  Reply # 192835 29-Jan-2009 23:40
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guyz: does anyone have any ideas? would make some sense to release some phones and devices perhaps a month or so before network start up? perhaps marketing could give some heads up?


have a look here

http://www.telstra.com.au/nextg/index.html




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  Reply # 192859 30-Jan-2009 08:21
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guyz: does anyone have any ideas? would make some sense to release some phones and devices perhaps a month or so before network start up? perhaps marketing could give some heads up?


have a look here

http://www.telstra.com.au/nextg/index.html

 

Don't see what pointing to a Telstra AU add has to do with the OPs question..





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  Reply # 192863 30-Jan-2009 08:26
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guyz: does anyone have any ideas? would make some sense to release some phones and devices perhaps a month or so before network start up? perhaps marketing could give some heads up?


have a look here

http://www.telstra.com.au/nextg/index.html

 

Don't what pointing to a Telstra AU add has to do with the OPs question..



Telstra's Next G Mobile network is WCDMA... The OP is asking about new Telecom mobile phones for the new network...

The phones on that link give a good idea of what Telecom will probably be offering... this has been mentioned many times on GZ previously.

In hingsight, i should have indicated the direct link:

http://www.telstra.com.au/mobile/phones/select.cfm

Oh and the new phones should be available from April onwards... a friend in Telecom retail has told me




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  Reply # 192941 30-Jan-2009 15:26
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Oh and the new phones should be available from April onwards... a friend in Telecom retail has told me


From what I've heard, they're for in-store customer-facing demo use only.




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  Reply # 192973 30-Jan-2009 18:22
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I am likeing the looks of those new phones :)

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