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Topic # 66289 16-Aug-2010 19:07
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Okay this has probably been asked before, in another context however I am unable to find anything similar to it.

I am looking at purchasing one of the following HTC Touch 2's

Will this phone work on prepay or is it limited to postpay?

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  Reply # 368327 16-Aug-2010 19:17
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It will work on both.

If you look at the Telecom online store, it will tell you your answer.

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  Reply # 368330 16-Aug-2010 19:27
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You could even have it on XT OneBill, I would think.

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  Reply # 368411 16-Aug-2010 22:28
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arcadecore: Okay this has probably been asked before, in another context however I am unable to find anything similar to it.

I am looking at purchasing one of the following HTC Touch 2's

Will this phone work on prepay or is it limited to postpay?

Cheers. 


it sure will, i currently have one on prepaid




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  Reply # 368474 17-Aug-2010 01:12
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Due to it using a SIM card, its not restricted.
CDMA however meant telecom intentionally restricted certain devices. EG i have an okta touch sitting on the desk next to me thats been unused for a very long time for this reason.
PS anyone want an okta touch for cheap?

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