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#7694 3-May-2006 21:15
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Can anyone tell me who to contact (@ Vodafone NZ) to discuss getting new GSM/GPRS devices certified for use on the Vodafone network?
Ideally we'd like to get the hardware (that is being developed by one of our US divisions) certified for use in New Zealand, and then on Vodafone networks worldwide.

Any suggestions will be gratefully received 8-).

Nigel H.


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  #34750 4-May-2006 09:23
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Put a SIM in the device and do your own testing. GSM is great for this

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  #34816 4-May-2006 15:33
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Heheh - that's what I normally do with devices.

But what I was really wanting to know is if Vodafone (either in New Zealand or at an international/corporate level) have a certification process? eg the way that Cingular do in the US?
http://developer.cingular.com/developer/testing/index.jsp?itemId=400022


 
 
 
 


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  #35086 6-May-2006 12:58
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On one of my searches I did come across http://fpu.vodafone.com - which is Vodafone's Future Product Unit.

It wasn't quite what I was looking for, but thought I'd mention it just in case someone else finds it useful 8-).

Nigel H.

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