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# 38066 23-Jul-2009 18:10
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i got told from telecom that the telecom xt simcard works on nokia 6288 but the coverage isnt that good but ive been everywhere and my simcard doesnt work on nokia 6288! does anyone know if it maybe the settings or something?

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  # 238373 23-Jul-2009 18:37
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is that the phone your talking about? if so then it only supports 2100mhz which is only used as infill in major citys, and alot of it isn't even turned on yet ... to use the network properly you need a 850mhz / 2100mhz wcdma/hsdpa phone.

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  # 238388 23-Jul-2009 19:15
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The XT 2100Mhz network is still being tweaked for maximum performance, so you need to wait a little bit longer I'm afraid.


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  # 238389 23-Jul-2009 19:18
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oh thanks anyon happent o know how long? lols

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  # 238391 23-Jul-2009 19:19
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yeah that is the phone im talking about. um has telecom put up a date when they might turn it on?

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  # 238420 23-Jul-2009 20:12
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Guys you do not want to use a 2100mhz 3G device on the XT network

ITS POINTLESS to say the least the XT network is %100 850mhz WCDMA


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  # 238491 24-Jul-2009 04:12
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As others have pointed out that phone is pretty much useless on XT. You need a handset that supports 850MHz UMTS. That handset only supports 2100MHz so will only deliver coverage in some major cities.

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