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Topic # 31374 15-Mar-2009 20:29
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Does anyone have a list of current 3g mobiles available now that will be compatable with Vodafones extended 3g network?

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EDIT:

The Motorola K3 is a tri-band device and it also supports 3G UMTS and 3.5G HSDPA. The GPRS goes up to Class 12.  Does this mean it will support the new 3g extended sites?

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  Reply # 201331 15-Mar-2009 21:07
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No your motorola won't work. See post here for some handsets:
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=40&TopicId=30736




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  Reply # 201368 16-Mar-2009 08:47
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