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Topic # 29436 6-Jan-2009 23:39
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Hi

I have purchased a Nokia N75 from USA which is on the AT&T network, how can I unlock the phone to use it on NZ's Vodafone network?  Would the simcard sleeve also be the same where a NZ simcard would fit in there and work the same?

Thanks

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  Reply # 187928 7-Jan-2009 08:04
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Its simple contact AT&T for the unlocking code and the SIM card holder will be the same

and why did you put this in the Vodafone Forum?

Just checked the specs (below) of the Nokia N75 the handset will not work on the Vodafone NZ 3G network only 2G

Nokia N75 3G Network UMTS 850 / 1900

Vodafone NZ 3G 900/2100

John

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  Reply # 188363 9-Jan-2009 11:29
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If you're on the shore area I can unlock it for you for free. As johnr said, only 2g or gsm will work not the 3G.

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  Reply # 188364 9-Jan-2009 11:32
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It will work on telecom's new network...

They are going into 850mhz arn't they?

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  Reply # 188365 9-Jan-2009 11:34
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Yes when its up and running

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