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Topic # 57156 4-Feb-2010 12:07
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I am wondering if it is possible to use localzone on 2 mobiles(mine and my partners) on one landline number?

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  Reply # 296008 4-Feb-2010 12:16
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No

You can swap the SIM into any other LZ approved device

Any other questions?

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  Reply # 296010 4-Feb-2010 12:20
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I know LZ inside out



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  Reply # 296012 4-Feb-2010 12:25
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is the samsung l760v a compatible device

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  Reply # 296017 4-Feb-2010 12:38
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Have Vodafone NZ sold this device?

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  Reply # 296018 4-Feb-2010 12:41
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from the Vodafone NZ site

https://help.vodafone.co.nz/ap...



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  Reply # 296019 4-Feb-2010 12:42
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yes

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Reply # 296020 4-Feb-2010 12:43
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Dcypher: yes


Are you sure?



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  Reply # 296021 4-Feb-2010 12:43
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its not on the list but the phone is 3g capable(not extended)



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  Reply # 296022 4-Feb-2010 12:47
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johnr:
Dcypher: yes


Are you sure?


it was purchased from dick smith and has a vodafone branding and box etc, which has designed for vodafone live all over it

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  Reply # 296023 4-Feb-2010 12:49
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Dcypher:
johnr:
Dcypher: yes


Are you sure?


it was purchased from dick smith and has a vodafone branding and box etc, which has designed for vodafone live all over it


OK and is it 3G?



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  Reply # 296024 4-Feb-2010 12:53
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yep but 2100mhz only

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  Reply # 296027 4-Feb-2010 12:57
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Dcypher: yep but 2100mhz only


Is it in the list I linked to?

If not its not approved for LZ



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  Reply # 296029 4-Feb-2010 13:00
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i cant see it there so i take its not compatible

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