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Topic # 42822 12-Oct-2009 08:26
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(the vodafone one for $99)

Will this work on XT - thinking both frequency support and unlocking...

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  Reply # 263404 12-Oct-2009 09:01
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Vodafone does not lock their devices. But this will be only good for 2100 MHz on Telecom XT, which means almost no coverage. Get an actual 850/2100 MHz instead from Telecom or parallel.






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  Reply # 263407 12-Oct-2009 09:15
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Cheers :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 263559 12-Oct-2009 20:41
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AFAIK the VF $99 prepaid device is a 3.6 device, where as the Telecom MF636 is 7.2 (and so if the $199 device VF offer). If you want to take advantage of the speed on offer, go for a 7.2 device.

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