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Topic # 34631 26-May-2009 13:09
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Hey there, im still confused about telecoms new XT Mobile network,
Will the Nokia 6085 run on the new XT network?
and is the network both 850 GSM and 2100 WCDMA?
Thanks

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  Reply # 217986 26-May-2009 13:17
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No, telecoms network is NOT GSM, the phone must be utms/hsdpa 850 and preferably 2100 too.




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  Reply # 218003 26-May-2009 13:47
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If you are not clued up on the new network have a read up on Mauricio's discrition on it and you should understand what can and cant be used on the network

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/freitasm/6009

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 218042 26-May-2009 15:29
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ccdesign: Hey there, im still confused about telecoms new XT Mobile network,

Will the Nokia 6085 run on the new XT network?

and is the network both 850 GSM and 2100 WCDMA?

Thanks

This handset appears to support GSM only, not 3G.

Telecoms XT Network is TOTALLY 3G, with NO GSM coverage. (Indeed NO GSM towers at all).







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