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  Reply # 22619 4-Nov-2005 08:54
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is this vodafone UK 3G or vodafone NZ 3G phones?




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Reply # 22623 4-Nov-2005 09:12
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adamkelly thats strange Vodafone don't make phones, They own networks around the globe and all network providers around the world use the same handset makers.

Maybe you should take better care of them as my V800 is from Vodafone UK and has not had one issue with it in over 10 months.

Sounds like you work for O2 or 3 or another provider over there in the UK

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  Reply # 22710 6-Nov-2005 16:07

Official Confirmation, if you look at this URL 3G M obiles you will see :

Sharp 903 $1349
Samsung ZV10 $449
Sharp 703 $799
Samsung ZV30 $749
and the Jasjar is on there too.

Some price adjustments have been made to the rpp of the 5 original 3g handsets

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  Reply # 22717 6-Nov-2005 17:21
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Theres a couple more to come also :)

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