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Topic # 24368 22-Jul-2008 12:32
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can anyone help me answer this question please...
i would like to get one but i might be going overseas and would like to know if i can just take the phone i bought from here and simply pop in their sim card???
someone who has actually got one and experienced this would be nice...

thanks... and look forward to hearing from you all..

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Reply # 150227 22-Jul-2008 12:39
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If you buy one outright you should be ok. But remember you will still be bound by a Vodafone contract if you buy it with a plan.




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  Reply # 150228 22-Jul-2008 12:40

Yes they are, to make sure tell the staff member you purchase it off you want it unlocked (as its done during the activation process apparently)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 150229 22-Jul-2008 12:42
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right.... and can this be done at no extra cost????
thanks...


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