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#269980 17-Apr-2020 23:10
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Some time ago (from memory) I believe there was a page on the Vodafone site that if you were planning on going somewhere, you could select the destination and your handset from a list, and it would confirm if your phone would work in that location or not, and if you could access 3G, 4G, etc.

 

I checked the site tonight but can't find it anywhere - does it still exist or has it been moved? I searched through the Roaming section but couldn't find anything.


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  #2464512 18-Apr-2020 00:52
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No need for this type of list these days! 99.9% of handsets have chip-sets that support just about every single band required


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  #2464542 18-Apr-2020 07:55
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I think I recall thar. I think the current version of that info would be in the "before you go" section on this page
http://help.vodafone.co.nz/app/answers/detail/a_id/12454/

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