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Topic # 9454 18-Sep-2006 14:22
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Hi to all from a BRAND NEW MEMBER!

Just bought Telecom Harrier for $450.
Now somebody told me that it won't work overseas. (without using Telecom roaming)
Is it true? I want to make it work in INDIA & PAKISTAN.

I know in INDIA there is a company called "RELIENCE" that i might be able to conect telecom mobile.
(if i do roaming with Telecom, i will still be using RELIENCE, but through NZ Telecom).

It's just that Roaming will cost 3 times more than local phone companies in INDIA.

Do i need to unlock the Harrier or something? Is there any way at all?

Hope to get some help soon.

Cheers

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Reply # 46374 18-Sep-2006 15:09
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This question has been asked before, and no doubt will be asked again.


Click here for the information you require Smile









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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 46375 18-Sep-2006 15:15
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Cheers for that!

Problem Started - I need to get rid of the phone.
I guess thats why trademe was invented.



 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 46380 18-Sep-2006 15:36
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snehal0909: Cheers for that!

Problem Started - I need to get rid of the phone.
I guess thats why trademe was invented.




TradeMe is a woundefull thing.

And Welcome to Geekzone!

Cheers

nzbnw







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