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Topic # 43554 20-Oct-2009 18:04
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I'm selling my phone on trademe, and am going to deactivate it as I am buying an iPhone. A person asked me if you can still activate the phone. Can you? does telecom still let people sign up to the old network or do you now have to buy an XT?

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  Reply # 265393 20-Oct-2009 18:06
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Yes, you can still connect a CDMA phone. I connected one a few weeks ago.



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  Reply # 265395 20-Oct-2009 18:07
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Cool, thanks :D

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 265504 21-Oct-2009 00:32
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Yes, but I am seeing CDMA start to drop out in many places where it has been fine before - like downstairs at home, some of the buildings at tech and even when driving around.

IMO not the best idea to jump onto a sinking ship




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