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  # 254735 10-Sep-2009 13:02
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tonyhughes:
lostrocker815: The dumb thing is that we dont even have a telecom shop up here

If it was economically viable for Telecom, Orb, or Leading Edge to have a store there, you can bet your bottom dollar there would be one.

So it would actually be dumb to have one if it was losing money (as that would raise the cost of using the network).

:P

Dont you know ANYONE with an XT handset?


Yeah there was a ORB shop but it closed about a month ago. Oh well, still got the warehouse

Nope, all my family are still on CDMA and my friends are mainly on Vodafone

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  # 254780 10-Sep-2009 15:29
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lostrocker815: The dumb thing is that we dont even have a telecom shop up here


Hopefully you guys still have access to a landline to call the help desk, or maybe you dont lol :)

 
 
 
 




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  # 254792 10-Sep-2009 15:51
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Paulthagerous:
lostrocker815: The dumb thing is that we dont even have a telecom shop up here


Hopefully you guys still have access to a landline to call the help desk, or maybe you dont lol :)


Yeah we do
Anyway I've found a phone im going to get, its a CDMA one until i can afford to switch to XT

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  # 255127 12-Sep-2009 03:12
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johnr: XT is not a GSM 850 network its WCDMA 850

This is covered off on Geekzone about 500+ times

John


i think people still ask the questions that have all ready been anwserd becuase they find it's easyer that way for them to get the information they dont have to look for it , it comes to them not only that for a people aren't very tehicaly minded like we are a lot of people dont even know how a cell phone works.
would you agree with my opinon sir?

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