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Topic # 5578 10-Nov-2005 01:26
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Hi all,

I apologise if this question sounds stupid.

Is the Nokia 1100 mobile sold by Vodafone NZ dealers (i.e. Dick Smith etc.) locked to Vodafone New Zealand? I am travelling to Europe and may want to put in a sim card from another network there.

I didn't think so but I came across this page which says "**Note: This phone is designed for the NZ Vodafone network. Sim card not included. **". So thought it would be good to check first.



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  Reply # 22929 10-Nov-2005 06:50
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The Nokia 1100 will work in Europe no issues as they use GSM 900/1800 there. In the US and canada they use GSM 850/1900 the handset would be no good in the states only.

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