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Topic # 81791 18-Apr-2011 19:32
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I want to pass on my old Telecom N85 to my daughter who is on Vodafone pre-paid and uses it primarily for txt and the odd call (she will only browse using the home wifi or other free wifi) - hopefully it will work?

Can you offer any advice on any other settings I may need to play with.

thanks 

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  Reply # 460276 18-Apr-2011 19:38
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You may need to check whether it is Vodafone compatible. It might not be.

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  Reply # 460277 18-Apr-2011 19:40
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Yes it should work fine and the only settings that should be required should be for MMS (PXT)



I take it you mean Nokia N85?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 460283 18-Apr-2011 19:55
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johnr: Yes it should work fine and the only settings that should be required should be for MMS (PXT)



I take it you mean Nokia N85?


Thanks John thats a relief (yes Nokia N85) as my daughters pretty excited at the prospect, could you offer any more on the MMS (PXT) or is there a 'sticky' on here that will direct me.

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