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Topic # 32804 23-Apr-2009 21:17
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Hi There,

I am looking at getting a Vodafone Mobile Broadband express card for my laptop.

Specs for the express card are:

HSDPA/UMTS (3G)
850/1900/2100 MHz
GPRS/GSM 850 MHz
GPRS/GSM 900 MHz
GPRS/GSM 1800 MHz
GPRS/GSM 1900 MHz

Would this go on Telecoms new network once its released if one of their new plans is better than one of the current vodafone ones.

Bit of a longshot but would it work?

{MOD EDIT : SP : Substituted the word "Express" for the acronym "PCMCIA" in the thread title to accurately relfect the actual card being talked about}




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  Reply # 208909 24-Apr-2009 00:00
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Also note that card will only give you Vodafone 3G in the cities and main towns, you need 900Mhz UMTS for the new "rural" sites to get the 97% blah blah coverage of the nation

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