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Topic # 5203 8-Oct-2005 18:30
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Hey people,

Just looking at getting a Samsung Z500 from trademe. (I presume it's the same as the Vodafone Z500V, just without the branding?)

All I would have to do is use my own simcard in it, and get the settings for it from Vodafone?

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  Reply # 21181 8-Oct-2005 18:33
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Handset will work no issues but remember its a import so there will be little support from Vodafone



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  Reply # 21184 8-Oct-2005 18:53
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Yep, fair enough.

I don't suppose Vodafone has any more 3G handsets on the way at all?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 21185 8-Oct-2005 19:00

10 more by christmas bringing the total range to 15 handsets

they are to be released as normal.. the nokia N70 is due this month
at around 1099



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  Reply # 21186 8-Oct-2005 19:27
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Oh nice. Are you able / has there been a public release of what the models will be? Just so I don't go and get something new now, and end up wanting something else that came out 1 month later.

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  Reply # 21204 9-Oct-2005 11:10
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just be patience and wait and see...




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  Reply # 21205 9-Oct-2005 12:12

Its likely to include the Nokia N70 and Samsung Z120V (?) (like the current samsung but vga camera and unsure about expandable memory) other than that I dont think I can name many more

Just a guess a Sharp 902 IMHO though 903 because the 902 is readily available and has been superceded

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