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Topic # 9772 11-Oct-2006 23:51
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 Hello,    I am trying to purchase the correct usb interface cable and softwarefor my cell phone to use it as a dialup modem. This cell phone seems to be
a relatively new item here in the U.S. no one has the correct accessories.
It's a Pantech PN-215, can you suggest a source for this accessory ?
Thanks,Douglas Lee

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Reply # 48393 12-Oct-2006 08:56
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Reply # 48405 12-Oct-2006 09:19
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I actually suggested Douglas post in here because it's not easy to find this info on Google - but some Telecom New Zealand people will probably know it by heart...






 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 48418 12-Oct-2006 10:20
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We sell the Pantech TX215C here in NZ. Not sure if it is the same as a PN215 but they do look similar. APT have a cable in development here




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  Reply # 48523 12-Oct-2006 23:20
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 Thanks for the response, I'll checkout the Pantech TX215C
 cell phone, I learned on another web site that the Audiovox
 8920 used the same data port as the Pantech pn-215 and
 am checking that out too . . .
 Thanks,
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  Reply # 48524 12-Oct-2006 23:36
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I think you will find that some Pantech phones are rebadged as 'Audiovox'.

With your data cable, I'm assuming it shouldn't be too hard to find, as the Pantech TX215c, TX130c, Hyundai TX95C and TX115c all use the same cable here.









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  Reply # 48526 12-Oct-2006 23:52
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  Alright then,

            That gives me more information, I'll check out the availability of
 these data cables, thanks.
 DLee


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