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  Reply # 879849 16-Aug-2013 22:43
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  Reply # 886400 29-Aug-2013 10:55
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Nokia 925 is on the coming soon section of the Vodafone website today....

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  Reply # 891379 7-Sep-2013 17:29
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Just FYI, my 925 from PB Tech is an Australia/NZ variant. It doesn't have any carrier crapware, so I'm assuming it's an OEM phone. 4G is enabled, but obviously I can't actually use that on 2degrees. Since it's Amber I've also got Data Sense. Tracking which apps are using the most data is sweet.

The hardware itself is fantastic. It feels awesome. Normally I wouldn't like AMOLED but it goes great with the UI. A massive speed boost over my old Mozart running 7.8. It's nice to have 3rd party apps run as buttery smooth as the rest of the OS!

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  Reply # 891380 7-Sep-2013 17:31
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Great stuff. Yes this is the open market unlocked country variant Australia model

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  Reply # 892544 10-Sep-2013 10:26
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I am tossing up between a 925, 920 or 820. Is anyone using the 925 on the Telecom network? I read somewhere that they are not selling the Nokia 925 due to compatibility issues withe their Network. Feedback?




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  Reply # 892625 10-Sep-2013 12:18
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Providing it has the Telecom frequencies I'd go ahead and get it, if that's the phone you want.

I'd take Telecom's comments with a grain of salt. Telecom were supposed to be getting the N8 and/or the E7 when they came out. When they didn't get them the answer I got was they weren't compatible with the Telecom network. We've used both on the Telecom network without any problems.




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  Reply # 895539 14-Sep-2013 10:41
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Ordered a yellow wireless charging case from Clove on the 10th. Chose the cheapest shipping option, (6-10 working days & no tracking) and it arrived in my mail box this morning! Whaat? Time to get a wireless charger, me thinks...

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