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Topic # 30604 14-Feb-2009 23:26
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would this unit work on the new telecom network or is telecom going to release this phone on the new network?

this unit works on following freq,s

UMTS: Tri-band 850, 1900, 2100 MHz

GSM/GPRS/EDGE: Quad-band 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz

HSDPA / 3.5G:

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  Reply # 195864 15-Feb-2009 00:11
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Should do, but I have being "strongly advised" by someone that should know not to go buying my own handset before launch because "I might be kicking myself" - I am guessing that he was hinting as well as he could without violating something that there will either be custom firmware like vodafone live (boo hiss) or good subsidys (my pick)





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  Reply # 195881 15-Feb-2009 09:33
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cool,i will wait till they start releasing the new phones.. the HTC titan i had which was destroyed accidentally was pretty good and i found the slide keyboard really handy. haing had ipaq pdas in the past the onscreen keyboard and writing recognition didnt do it for me..importantly i found the mobilebroadband on telecom brilliant. not interested in vodafone at the moment

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  Reply # 195903 15-Feb-2009 13:12
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Have been using it to test the new network and it seems to work really well.



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  Reply # 195925 15-Feb-2009 17:53
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Loftus: Have been using it to test the new network and it seems to work really well.



so the tytn11 works great!! i take it telecom will release this for the new network then?..if so then its worth the wait

cheers

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  Reply # 195980 16-Feb-2009 07:10
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I don't know what plans (if any) TNZ have with the TyTN II, but it seems a capable handset.

Although having used my iPod touch for web-surfing (via wi-fi) I find it hard to use the TyTN's built-in InternetExplorer.



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  Reply # 195995 16-Feb-2009 09:13
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if telecom release the tytn2 on the new netwrok i should think it will be using windows 6.1 hopefully

i found my old htc titan ok on internet explorer albeit some web sites were not compatable.

what is good about the tytn is it is robust from what i can see thus more durable?

anyway..thanks for the input


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