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Topic # 165944 25-Feb-2015 13:44
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Hey all.

If a device says it supports UMTS/WCDMA with receive diversity: 2100MHz (UTRA FDD Band I), 1900Mhz (UTRA FDD Band II), 900Mhz(UTRA FDD Band VIII), 850 MHz (UTRA FDD Band V). Then it should work on any of the NZ networks, as Spark/Skinny are 850/2100, Vodafone and 2 degrees are 900/2100. 

Do I have that right before I go spend money?





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  Reply # 1246392 25-Feb-2015 13:49
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Correct but what about 4G?



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  Reply # 1246415 25-Feb-2015 14:19
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johnr: Correct but what about 4G?


HP only officially supports two older WWAN cards on this laptop. I could try using a modded bios to use a newer module but for how often I'm going to use it I don't think it's worth the effort.




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