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Topic # 67654 6-Sep-2010 01:10
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May have an oppertunity to get a rediculously nice IP dect phone from the US, its dect 6.0 which I know wont work with the dect we have here, but I am wondering if it will work at all?

I have a 900MHz phone which is basically useless here, and I am wondering if the 1900MHz dect phones will have the same problem or not.




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  Reply # 377045 6-Sep-2010 06:27
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Why not just buy a regular DECT phone here in NZ? The only difference is a few MHz difference in channels.



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  Reply # 377119 6-Sep-2010 13:18
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If you know of a sip capable one for under a hundred bucks on the gigaset that a friend has been offered is too good to pass up.




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  Reply # 377170 6-Sep-2010 15:51
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Doing a local Google shows DECT 6.0 is available here so most likely should be fine. Just dig a bit deeper and confirm that it is a valid frequency for NZ, because if you cause interference using a frequency not allowed here then you can get fined.




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