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  #222599 8-Jun-2009 09:50
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Sony Ericsson C702i 2100 3g Mhz only
Auckland CBD and western suburbs.

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  #223812 11-Jun-2009 00:48
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samsung innov8

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Sony Ericsson W760i

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  #232760 8-Jul-2009 21:08
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Hi All
I have Samsung Blackjack II i617 . I can make phone call and txt. but I con't do internet or MMS on telecom XT. can anyone know and can help me how to setup.. internet and MMS for telecom XT .
and how to get gps NZ map for Samsung Blackjack II i617 .. thanks

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  #236248 16-Jul-2009 20:16
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also my HP IPAQ 912

however I am having trouble getting it online as it keeps on telling me that I am using "O2" network

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  #236312 16-Jul-2009 23:35
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nokia n79 -3

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  #238670 24-Jul-2009 16:03
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My I-mate Jasjam, with WM6 Telstra software works. Another Jasjam, I bought for parts when display failed, has got Vodafone NZ software, WM5, did not work with XT network.

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Hi Guys, not sure if this is the right place to ask so forgive me if its not, but my mate has just emailed me from Singapore and want to bring a nice new HTC phone home. He asked if he could just pop a sim card into it upon return? Could it be that easy? (he asked) . My knowledge is pretty limited and wondered if anyone here could give me some pointers as to what he can or cannot get working on Telecoms XT network and what simple technical specs he might quote to make sure he got the right thing. - Many Thanks.

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  #242699 4-Aug-2009 22:17
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Could you please post this question on its own topic?

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  #242718 4-Aug-2009 22:34
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Nokia 5800 music xpress has the XT model and a lot of others which I presume would work.

so far so good for mine...

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  #252205 1-Sep-2009 12:46
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Anyone managed to get the Nokia N86 to work on the XT network as yet?.

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