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  Reply # 297467 9-Feb-2010 19:10
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Yes iPhones do work on XT fine, i am currently using a iPhone 3GS on XT and can confirm everything is working after i installed the carrier bundle

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  Reply # 297472 9-Feb-2010 19:27
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@Itr0nic only iphone 3g and 3Gs not original iPhone which wernt sold in NZ


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  Reply # 297480 9-Feb-2010 19:46
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Itr0nic: so does any iphone work , as i wanting to get one and put it on xt but am unsure on what one to get , do i get the normal one or the unlocked one

All iPhones bought in New Zealand from Vodafone or Apple are unlocked. All iPhone 3G and 3G S work on Telecom. The original iPhone doesn't work on Telecom because it's 2G only.

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