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Topic # 46693 7-Nov-2009 12:57
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Is my Telecom E71 compatible with the Exetel network in Australia?

http://www.exetel.com.au/residential-hspa-faq.php

I wondered about buying and using an Exetel data sim to avoid Telecom's horrendous data charges.

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  Reply # 270850 7-Nov-2009 13:01
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Just use Telstra Next G but yes your E71 should be fine on Exetel

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  Reply # 270862 7-Nov-2009 14:16
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Exetel appear to be a MVNO on the Optus network.

This means a Telecom NZ E71 will work but a Vodafone E71 would give better performance since it's 900/2100 3G which is the same as what Optus have.

Telstra's Next G network is 850/2100 and would be better suited to your handset (which is 850/2100)

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