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#24640 29-Jul-2008 20:08
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Was Given one of these but never used it opened and thats it....

Comes with everything..

Unsure what the price of these are worth tho.. EDIT apparently there around $250 mark

I know one thing and thats that you can insert a sim card into it and Use the internet =/. Sits Right into a laptop with the the aerial sticking out the side.
Plug & Play use but if you require drivers they can be downloaded from the Vodafone NZ website

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The Vodafone Mobile Connect 3G / GPRS data card is used with almost any laptop to provide high-speed internet services and email access, letting you work on the move. This includes :

- access to internet-based email accounts
- browsing web page
- send and receive text messages
- chat using instant messages
- monitor your usage

Package includes

Metal box thing
Manual
Case
Modem

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  #152537 29-Jul-2008 20:39
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Sonyericsson GC75 2G only (GPRS) not 3G

 
 
 
 




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  #152567 29-Jul-2008 22:38
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woop woop, my bad



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  #153052 31-Jul-2008 15:53
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Acceptig low offers

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  #153053 31-Jul-2008 15:57
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Reastically it's probably worth somewhere around the $30, occasionally they go for a bit more on Trademe but there are not a lot of 3G cards around as people upgrade to HSDPA ones so many people are lucky to get more than $60 - $70 for a 3G one these days.



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#153058 31-Jul-2008 16:23
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sbiddle: Reastically it's probably worth somewhere around the $30, occasionally they go for a bit more on Trademe but there are not a lot of 3G cards around as people upgrade to HSDPA ones so many people are lucky to get more than $60 - $70 for a 3G one these days.



I have 2 SE GC75s $10 each

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  #153089 31-Jul-2008 18:28
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Whats the story with usage on these ? I slap a Sim in obviously.... what are the going charges etc ?




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