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Topic # 34821 29-May-2009 21:58
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As listed in the list of compatible phones on geekzone I can now confirm that the HTC Trinity (dopod P3600) phone works fine on the XT telecom network in case anybody was wondering.

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  Reply # 219584 29-May-2009 22:03
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Can I suggest people post in this thread the handsets that work on XT Network but are not supplied by Telecom? No discussions, no asking "how did you do it", please. Just the models you have used and know works.

I have changed the subject accordingly.







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  Reply # 219589 29-May-2009 22:10
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Acer F900 (Windows Mobile Professional 6.1)
AT&T Pantech Matrix Pro (Windows Mobile Standard 6.1, unlocked)





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  Reply # 219805 30-May-2009 14:02
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Nokia N95 8GB but only in Auckland CBD.  Outside of the CBD it gets no network coverage so I'm guessing it has 2100 but not 850 support.




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  Reply # 219966 30-May-2009 22:04
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Nokia E51

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  Reply # 221115 2-Jun-2009 21:58
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  Reply # 221118 2-Jun-2009 22:12
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Nokia:
6600 Fold
6500 Slide
5610 XpressMusic

All are 850/2100 WCDMA.

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  Reply # 221318 3-Jun-2009 14:33
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HTC Tytn II

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Nokia E51 w/camera (ones offered in NZ by Vodafone don't have camera)

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  Reply # 222535 7-Jun-2009 21:03
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My imate jasjam works fine on 3G on telecom XT.
It comes up as umts 53005 not telecom but says telecom(3g) on a data connection though.
I had to put the settings in manually for data though as it didn't recognise the network as telecom..

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  Reply # 222574 8-Jun-2009 07:45
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Any unlocked phone that its radios are on WCDMA




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