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# 161850 21-Jan-2015 17:33
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This takes a Micro SIM and a normal SIM. Normal SIM slot is compatible with XT plus Vodafone & 2° 2G. MicroSIM is compatible with Vodafone & 2° 2G. This phone is good for someone who needs to use Voda or 2° for text and minutes but wants to use their XT for texts, minutes and data. This is a dual standby phone, so it operates both aerials at the same time and you select which SIM to source your data from.

I had envisioned using this for my personal 2° SIM (phone, text and data) and a work XT SIM (phone and text only). Unfortunately I misread the frequencies and it doesn't have HSDPA 900 MHz only GSM so I cannot use my 2degrees data. 

I intend to throw this on TradeMe, but thought I'd give it the rest of the week on Geekzone since some of you lot have sold me good phones before. I paid $250 for this thing, so would like that amount back. 


1x Phone (White)
2x Official Screen Protectors (1x Factory Applied, 1x Packaged)
1x USB Cable
1x USB to USA Plug
1x Headphones (with Handsfree)
1x Officially Clear Ice Silicon Case
Original Packaging and Manual


Arrived in the mail today, turned it on, restored my account and realised it wouldn't work so reboxed it. 


Gotta say I was impressed. It's more plastic than most AAA smartphones but feels study like my HTC 8S or Galaxy S2 and is lighter than my ATIV S

Location: Christchurch
Shipping: $20 Track n Trace NZ

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  # 1219345 21-Jan-2015 17:33
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.

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