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#39129 10-Aug-2009 06:25
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I am interested in purchasing a Nokia e63 mobile while I am on holiday here in Thailand, and plan to use it on Vodafone NZ (3g) for web surfing.

From looking at the specs on this model at: http://www.nokia.co.nz/find-products/all-phones/nokia-e63/technical-specifications

I'm a little confused as to whether this phone will work on the high speed 3g network offered by Vodafone. The phone spec shows it as supporting WCDMA 900/2100 or 850/1900 or 850/2100, maximum speed 384/384 kbps but I think Vodafone don't offer WCDMA.

Do I need a different model phone which will support HSDPA? I want to connect to vodafone and not sure of this models compatibility.

Hope someone can assist in clarifying this for me. Thanks in advance.

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  #244588 10-Aug-2009 06:38
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The E63 does not support HSDPA, it only supports standard 3G data which is 384kbps max.

Like many Nokia handets it is also available in 2 variants, one that does 850/2100 WCDMA and the other than does 900/2100 WCDMA. To have nationwide 3G in New Zealand on Vodafone you need the model that supports 900Mhz. Telecom's XT network uses 850Mhz.


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