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Topic # 87989 12-Aug-2011 12:09
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Hi Guys!

Thought I'd give you the opportunity before it goes on TradeMe.

Boss is selling his brand new HTC Sensation for $700, Brand new sealed in box. He got it from Telecom but tested his other one from Telecom and it also works on Vodafone.

Original price from Telecom is $1099 so this is a good deal!


Specs here: http://store.telecom.co.nz/mobile/pay-monthly/htc-sensation?&gclid=CMvJjcC7yKoCFWVNpgodiVlIyw

We are situated in Takapuna, North Shore. Auckland.

Let me know if you're interested.

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  Reply # 505533 12-Aug-2011 14:09
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He should be careful about that...

I have a Vodafone version (900mhz/2200mhz) and while it works fine on Telecom XT in the city, the second I get outside of Wellington CBD it died on me.

This is simply because both Telecom and Vodafone share the 2200mhz range in central cities but not outside. (Telecom is on the 850, Vodafone is on the 900)

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  Reply # 505537 12-Aug-2011 14:13
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2100mhz not 2200

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 505592 12-Aug-2011 15:18
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Sorry! Been a very long week...

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  Reply # 505600 12-Aug-2011 15:28
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johnr: 2100mhz not 2200


Its overclocked

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