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Topic # 98682 4-Mar-2012 00:19
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Does anyone know if I can use the above mentioned modem in New Zealand if I were to purchase a NZ Telecom SIM card?

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  Reply # 590078 4-Mar-2012 00:51
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Yes if not SIM locked

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  Reply # 590130 4-Mar-2012 11:00
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why don't you call telstra and find out? or try whirlpool forums (the aussie geekzone)




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  Reply # 590135 4-Mar-2012 11:46
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Thanks, just thought I would ask incase anyone has actually done it.

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  Reply # 590137 4-Mar-2012 11:51
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Nat1973: Thanks, just thought I would ask incase anyone has actually done it.


Providing the device isn't SIM locked there is no technical reason why it won't work. Most operator branded devices sold in Australia are SIM locked however, so you would need to find out the answer to that first.


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