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  Reply # 196129 16-Feb-2009 19:21
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andrewcnz: To get 3g everywhere(once roll out is complete) you will need a phone that does 3G on 900 and 2100.Most only do 3G on 2100

I get the impression that my phone doesn't even have 2100.


I think is does (3GSM). Voda would likely say if it had the 900 UMTS band as well.

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  Reply # 196130 16-Feb-2009 19:27
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The vodafone 715 is 2100mhz 3G

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  Reply # 196132 16-Feb-2009 19:39
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johnr: The vodafone 715 is 2100mhz 3G

How do you tell? That spec sheet doesn't even list 2100.

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  Reply # 196137 16-Feb-2009 19:55
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Behodar:
johnr: The vodafone 715 is 2100mhz 3G

How do you tell? That spec sheet doesn't even list 2100.


As I said above, 3GSM will mean 2100MHz, Vodafone will likely detail if any other 3G/UMTS bands are supported.

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