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Master Geek


Topic # 28671 8-Dec-2008 11:54
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Hi guys...
I am just wondering if any of you have experienced taking over iphones that were purchased from nz.. and pop in Aus simcard..like 3 or vodafone ones and get it working.... ?
i think 3 network has the best deals for prepay in terms of data etc... but not too sure if it works.... any suggestion on this?

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  Reply # 184673 17-Dec-2008 02:23
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NZ iPhones are unlocked.  I have used Vodafone Aus sim card in iPhone and a colleague said optus also worked.  Assuming that 3 and Telstra should also work.  Have also used an AT&T sim in US and works correctly.



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  Reply # 185136 19-Dec-2008 14:04
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has anyone used three network sim on iphones that were bought from nz? and how to go about setting it up so that you can use the data with it?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 186181 26-Dec-2008 18:25
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quick update... upon arriving in melbourne... popped in 3 network sim card with their 40$ cap prepay which comes with $350 dollars worth of calls plus 150 mb of data... without having to play with any settings... the phone works like magic.. and data also... kills the hassle of paying roaming charges via vodafone... its a great value!! 

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  Reply # 186238 27-Dec-2008 08:55
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Fantastic news!  Thanks for the update!

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